Re: linux-source 2.6.12 in sarge?
thank you very much for the tip. Following, as you suggested, the
instructions in the section 3.8 of the apt-howto I was able to install
linux-source-2.6.12 in may sarge system. The next step is to compile a
fresh custom kernel. Only a minor question: what version of
build-essential you suggest to install: the one in sarge (v 10.1) or the
one in etch (11.1)? is it really necessary?
On Sun, 2005-10-02 at 14:14 +0200, Andreas Janssen wrote:
> Marcelo Chiapparini (<firstname.lastname@example.org>) wrote:
> > I am running sarge with the standard debian kernel 2.6.8. I want to
> > install the new kernel 2.6.12, but the related package
> > linux-source-2.6.12 is in the unstable tree. How should I proceed?
> > (swiching to unstable is not an option...) I've looked the archives
> > and google and I didn't find anything...
> Install build-essential, kernel-package and fakeroot. Get the
> linux-source.deb from unstable, install it, extract the source and use
> make-pkpg/kernel-package to build your own kernel. You can use the
> configuration of your current kernel to start with. It is also possible
> to use apt-pinning and add stable and unstable sources to
> your /etc/apt/sources.list. You can tell apt to use stable as the
> default distribution but get the linux-source packages from unstable.
> Read the apt howto for more information on this.
> best regards
> Andreas Janssen
> Andreas Janssen <email@example.com>
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