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Re: Kernel compilation

>An even better way is to use make-kpkg (in the kernel-package Debian
>package).  This will compile your custom kernel and install it into a .deb
>package file.  You can install the .deb in the other computer and it will
>install the kernel in /vmlinuz, install any modules and even ask you if
>you want to create a boot floppy and run LILO to update the boot
Well, in the other computer there is no linux installed (haven't been able
to do it, it is because of this that I want to create a custom boot floppy,
because it hangs up always in the boot process while detecting hardware).


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