...yepa...works fine, now. good info. thx.
"Stephen A. Witt" wrote:
> Do you have the kernel-package installed? There is pretty good
> documentation for it in /usr/doc/kernel-package/README. After compiling
> the kernel with make-kpkg, the kernel image is in the parent directory of
> the kernel source. Usually the kernel source would be in
> /usr/src/kernel-source-2.2.14 (replace the specific version number with
> what is appropriate in your case of course). You would be in this
> directory to do all of the kernel configuring and making. The resulting
> kernel image package would be in /usr/src and should have a name something
> like kernel-image-2.2.14_custom.1.0_i386.deb (depends upon the --revision
> argument you give to make-kpkg). So from the kernel source directory, you
> just do 'dpkg -i ../kernel-image-2.2.14_custom.1.0_i386.deb' to install
> the kernel you just compiled and packaged. You can also transfer this
> kernel image package to other machines and install it there with dpkg -i.
> This is pretty well covered in /usr/doc/kernel-package/README.
On Tue, 11 Jul 2000, cls--colo spgs wrote:
> > debs,
> > i read yesterday that "kernel-package" is the 2d most
> > beneficial feature of dlinux (after
> > apt-get--untouchable!)....so i thought i'd give it a
> > whirl.
> > using kernel-package (6.05), i've been trying to test a
> > custom (compliled) 2.2.16 kernel in 2, slink lapboxes.
> > after i run "make menuconfig," i, "make-kpkg." at this
> > point, i don't know where the kernel image is. isn't
> > it supposed to have the ".deb" extension (like
> > "kernel-image-2.2.16*.deb")? if it exists, i should be
> > able to install it merely by "dpkg -i
> > kernel-source-2.2.16*.deb," right? there's "kernel" in
> > /usr/src/linux/arch/i386, but i doubt that it's
> > debianized.
> > output from "dpkg -i kernel-source-2.2.16*.deb":
> > # dpkg: error procession kernel-image*.deb
> > (--install): cannot access archive: no such file or
> > directory. errors were encountered while processiong:
> > kernel-image*.deb
> > i tried to rt*fm, but found "no manual entry for
> > kernel-package."
> > ...suggestions?
- Re: kpkg
- From: "Stephen A. Witt" <email@example.com>