Re: Rebuilding the kernel
On Tue, 25 Nov 1997, Kevin Traas wrote:
> Basically, you wanna run:
> cd /usr/src/linux
> make mrproper (the first time after you install a new kernel version)
> make menuconfig
OK up to this point -- but really, if you're running a Debian system it's
stupid not to use the tools available (ie kernel-package).
the next step should be (if kernel-package is installed)
make-kpkg --revision [you choose this] kernel_image
dpkg -i [whatever your .deb file turns out to be called]
voila - easy, and dpkg knows about what's going on.
use modconf to configure your modules.
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