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Re: Compiling kernel

On Sat, Dec 05, 2009 at 11:11:08AM -0500, Dave Witbrodt wrote:
>> Yes. In addition, I would highly recommend using kernel-package to
>> compile your kernel to generate a deb. Here's a nice primer:
>> http://newbiedoc.sourceforge.net/system/kernel-pkg.html
> I would recommend using the 'make-kpkg' command from the  
> "kernel-package" package as well.  But I would not recommend following  
> this old web page document -- it is WAY out of date.
> Read the documentation in /usr/share/doc/kernel-package after installing  
> it, or Google for a tutorial that is more recent.

Thanks for pointing this out.

Old MacLinus had a stack/l-i-n-u-x/and on this stack he had a trace/l-i-n-u-x
with an Oops-Oops here and an Oops-Oops there
here an Oops, there an Oops, everywhere an Oops-Oops.
		-- tjimenez@site.gmu.edu, linux.dev.kernel

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