Re: 'make config' issues.
"Christopher R. Barry" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I installed Debian several days ago and just learned
> today that the reason why my mouse doesn't work is because I need to
> compile support into the kernel. When I go to /usr/src/linux and type
> 'make config' I just get a bash error message saying that the make
> command was not found.
(That's "bash: make: command not found", right?)
The `make' command is (surprise!) in the make package, so make sure
that's installed. (dpkg -l make) I recommend `make menuconfig' over
plain make config, too.
While you're at it, install kernel-package and read its README, which
explains how to build a Debian package with your new kernel, which is
Carey Evans <*> http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/c.evans/ gc
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