Re: Etch: how to make own xen domU kernel ?
To be more precise,
shows how to manually patch official debian kernel source with
official debian xen patches. One solution would be to build kernel
non-debian way afterwards.
Other solution is:
1. Follow the instructions from the linked page to prepare
linux-patch-debian package for xen
2. unpack kernel source
3. temporarily manually apply xen patches (for instance, run
4, run make menu config and enable Xen in configuration.
5. run make-kpkg --added-patches clean (that would unapply patches)
but is needed.
6. run make-kpkg --added-patches xen --config menuconfig kernel-image
(one can also add --initrd and --revision=somethig, per man make-kpkg)
That would give an oportunity to manualy configure additional
parameters in Xen kernel if needed.
That would scratch my itch, which is to manualy configure and build xen kernel.
I believe it wold be possible to apply additional non-xen paches this
2007/4/4, Andrew Malcolmson <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
On Tue, Apr 03, 2007 at 11:08:38PM +0200, Predrag Gavrilovic wrote:
> Same thing is on my to-do list. I've managed to find this link:
> There's also a workaround that should make it possible to patch debian
> kernel for xen using linux-patch-debian-2.6.18, official debian
> package, and then use make-kpkg to build xen kernel.
> I suppose one could use make menu config between
> make-kpkg --added-patches xen clean
> make-kpkg --added-patches xen kernel-image
> Haven't tried myself, though.
Tried out your suggestion, but when doing the final make-kpkg on my Etch
system get the following error:
debian/ruleset/misc/patches.mk:104: *** Could not find patch for xen.
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