Re: kernel upgrade to 2.4.18 [Solved]
>>"Paul" == Paul E Condon <email@example.com> writes:
Paul> Actually I tried it both with the link and without the link.
Paul> With the link all the modules where created in the kernel-image
Paul> deb file. But without the link only a tiny fraction of the
Paul> requested modules where created by make-kpkg. I think make-kpkg
Paul> really does need a soft link whose name is linux, not a soft
Paul> link to a target named linux.
You are seeing some other problem here.
Paul> But probably it is not make-kpkg that needs the link so much as
Paul> some kernel build script that is invoked by make-kpkg.
This is not the case. I always buiold all my kernels in
/var/spool/kernel, and never ever have had a /usr/src/linucx link.
If some module needs such a link, pleas file a bug report.
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