Re: [LAU] Debian Lenny make-kpkg compiling probs...

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Date: Wednesday, February 18, 2009 - 11:20 am


I am not sure if this helps you, but I successfully compiled a
vanilla kernel (from patched with three days ago.

The .config I took from my generic Debian 2.6.26-1-686 kernel (the
current lenny standard kernel), which I then edited with 'make
menuconfig' to include the necessary options as specified in the
rt-patch howto.

I did not bother about 'make oldconfig', and it seems I got away with
it, but not knowing where _your_ .config came from originally, I am
guessing that this might be useful for you to try as well?


> Hi List

> I'm on the "compile yourself a kernel track" once again. Last time I ran
> out of luck, but now after Debian Lenny became official stable I'd
> I'll give it one more try, but I'm running into problem when it comes to
> buil the kernel with the make-kpkg tool after loading in the old saved
> .config with menuconfig and rt adjustments done, the following error
message comes up:
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