Re: New Kernel: make-kpkg vs. make bzLilo
>>>>> "ekw" == eric k wolven <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
ekw> Ingo: Get the "kernel package" (dselect or apt-get) & install
ekw> unpack kernel-source. etc.
ekw> make menuconfig or xconfig
ekw> then: make-kpkg clean
ekw> then: make kpkg --revision=custom.1.0 kernel_image
ekw> then: cd /usr/src
ekw> then: dpkg -i kernel-image(etc).deb
Some people have mentioned earlier making another target as well : modules
(or modules_install). Is that necessary ?
I have followed the above procedure that you mention a number of times
without any problems, and have had no problems with modules. When is make
modules_install necessary ??
One other thing: are there any problems compiling 2.2.12 or 2.2.13 with gcc
2.95.2 ?? I read today in the 2.2.13 kernel's release notes at
<http://www.linux.org.uk/VERSION/relnotes.2213.html> that gcc 2.95 should
not be used to compile 2.2.13.
Has anyone tried compiling the recent kernels (ie 2.2.10-12) with gcc 2.95
or 2.95.2 ? Any problems ??
I would like to try compiling the new 2.2.13 on my Celeron using gcc
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