On Tue, May 02, 2006 at 11:09:44AM +0400, Matvey Gladkikh wrote:
> May be you wish to build debian kernel like a mainstream with all include?
Thanks for that recipe. I will try this, since I've got ipmitool on the
Sun Fire X2100 (Tyan SMDC) working so at least I have a good chance
of getting into BIOS and/or control grub/see Linux boot messages.
Usually remotely installing a DIY kernel is a recipe for disaster.
> 1. Install 2.6.14-amd64-smp kernel
> 2. Download source package for 2.6.14-amd64-smp
> 3. cat /boot/config.2.6.14-amd64-smp > /usr/src/2.6.14-amd64-smp/.config &&
> cd /usr/src/2.6.14-amd64-smp/ && patch -p1 < 2.6.14-vs-patch && make
> oldconfig & make menuconfig (to check modules)
> 4. (later I used "make-kpkg --initrd kernel-image" and build my own kernel
> with ONLY difference to debian kernel - vserver applied )
> I ve done this for i386 2.6.12 kernel - you can try for your one.
> It is not very good to make kernels with reduced ammount of drivers - because
> they will not be portable across different hardware.
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