Re: Building kernel-image with kpkg
Grant Edwards <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Various sources have recommended doing "rm -rf */pcmcia" before
> building a kernel from sources (assuming you're goign to use
> the pcmcia stuff in the pcmcia-cs package).
> If I do that, the "make" dies because it's looking for stuff in
> those directories.
> Am I missing a step??
You're arbitrarily nuking things from the source tree. Don't do
that. :-) You need to enable a couple of meta-items in the kernel
config (e.g. "support for hot-pluggable devices" and the generic
top-level "Wireless LAN" option), but not enable specific device
drivers (e.g. "PCMCIA/CardBus support"). If you don't enable the
options in the kernel configuration, they won't get built by the
kernel build, and won't conflict with the pcmcia-cs modules.
David Maze email@example.com http://people.debian.org/~dmaze/
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