Re: do I really need "make-kpkg clean"?
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s. keeling wrote:
> Incoming from H. S.:
>> do not take long. They are fine. It is only the compilaton of a new
>> kernel after "make-kpkg clean" that takes around 50 or 58 minutes (1.8
>> GHz PIV with 256 MB of RAM).
> You must have the slowest hard drive in existence. My 700 Mhz PIII
> does a kernel compile in 18 min.
You're trying to deviate this thread from the actual problem. What the OP
mentioned is a valid problem. How does one recompile a kernel without doing
a `make clean` or `make-kpkg clean` because if we do clean for every minor
change what's the benefit of makefiles.
Ritesh Raj Sarraf
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