Re: recompiling the kernel
On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 12:07:11PM -0300, Ted Gervais wrote:
> I want to make some changes to my kernel in my newly installed debian system
> and am used to going to the directory where the kernel source is located and
> typing 'make menuconfig'. It seems that Debian does things differently.
> How is this done in Debian. I hope I don't have to put the CDrom back in and
> go through another 'install' process???
Nope. Hi Ted...
apt-get install kernel-source-<version>
Then unpack it at /usr/src, where the package will put it. Also read up on
the make-kpkg manpage from the kernel-package package. Very, very useful tool.
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