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New Kernel: make-kpkg vs. make bzLilo


can anybody tell me, what do do, if i don't want to do the complicated
debain way to install a new kernel?

in former times (SuSE <=6.1 ) i got the sources, and did the
make menuconfig 
make dep && make clean && make bzLilo && make modules && make_modules_install

and that it was.

Now with debian potato, after booting my new kernel, the System.map was not
correct, and the System did not start.
I don't get depmod to make a new modules.dep. I am to stupid for this :-)

Is it really the only way to make a new kernel-package and install that via
make-kpkg XXX && dpkg -i my_lovely_new_kernel?

thanks for help,


        I. Reimann                       reimann@uni-muenster.de
        Inst. fuer Angew. Physik         +49 251 83-33527 (fon)
        Correnstr. 2-4                   +49 251 83-33513 (fax)
        D-48149 Muenster

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