Re: Newbie Needing Help With Sound
I think that there is one step missing, and that is
dpkg -i <package name> . After you build the kernel,
you have to install it.
--- Andrew Dixon <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Kent West wrote:
> > Once you exit out of the "make menuconfig" step,
> the "Debian way" of
> > compiling a kernel is next.
> > "make-kpkg kernel_image" should be the only thing
> you have to do. It'll
> > compile the kernel and modules, put everything
> where it needs to be,
> > reconfigure lilo.conf to use the new kernel, and
> ask if you want to run
> > lilo to make the changes to the boot record. Then
> just reboot, and
> > voila! you're running a new kernel, hopefully with
> working sound.
> Good to know. I'm gonna go try it right now.
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