Kjetil Kjernsmo wrote:
On Monday 16 December 2002 19:58, Elimar Riesebieter wrote:
Most people lose on step two, it appears. If you built modules
using 'make-kpkg modules-image', did you install the resulting
package? If you're using sid, 'sudo debian/rules modules-nokpkg'
should Just Work if you're allergic to kernel-package.
make-kpkg modules_image. The Kernel was built also with make-kpkg.
Uh-oh, you're saying that if I've got any modules, then I have to run
Uhm, all I know about kernel-compilation on Debian, I've got from the
installation guide, where make-kpkg modules_image is only used if you
need PCMCIA, I don't so I skipped that section... I guess there may be
a reason why I can't get power-off do work correctly, if this is the
Anywhere this is described in more detail....?
If you've got any modules in /usr/src/modules than you need to do
make-kpkg modules_image. If you only have the modules including in the
kernel tree than you don't.