Creating a Custom Kernel on Debian
spangler.robert at gmail.com
Mon Aug 4 22:34:23 EDT 2008
Wow, this is odd! I untared the linux-184.108.40.206 package, created a
symlink to it, called linux, and installed a git copy of Speakup to it.
When I go in and do make menuconfig, it tried to take settings out of
the config file for my current kernel from /boot! Then, I went to move
that and it tried to take them from arch/x86/config or
whatever....What's going on here? Whatever happened to just plain
custom-kernel building? LOL...Unless this is a Debian thing but I don't
recall reading about it.
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