Subject: Re: Compiling a kernel on another processor
Organization: Rajesh Consultancy <http://www.symonds.net/~rajesh/>
Thanks to all who replied. Will get back to the list with my results.
Harry Henry Gebel saw fit to inform me that:
>On Mon, Sep 17, 2001 at 12:52:20AM +0000, Rajesh Fowkar wrote:
>> This is at one of my clients place. He has got an athlon machine. Are there
>> any issues in compiling the kernel on a different machine with a different
>> processor ? Now I am thinking of compiling the kernel for this Celerone
>> machine on the Athlon machine. I will set the parameters for kernel as per
>> the celerone machine. Will this create any problems ?
>> What is the best way to compile kernel like this ?
>> After compiling the kernel on Athlon I am planning to copy this kernel to
>> the celerone machine along with the modules /lib/modules/2.4.9 !!!
>> Is this OK ?
>This shouldn't be a problem as long as you choose the correct processor
>when you run 'make config'.
>Harry Henry Gebel
>West Dover Hundred, Delaware
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