Справочник по Debian



Debian standard method


Watch out for bug reports on kernel-package, gcc, binutils and modutils. Use new versions of them as needed.

Compiling a custom kernel from source under a Debian system requires special care. Use the new --append_to_version with make-kpkg

to build multiple kernel-images.

# apt-get install debhelper modutils kernel-package libncurses5-dev # apt-get install kernel-source-2.4.18 # use latest version # apt-get install fakeroot # vi /etc/kernel-pkg.conf # input my name and email $ cd /usr/src # build directory $ tar --bzip2 -xvf kernel-source-2.4.18.tar.bz2 $ cd kernel-source-2.4.18 # if this is your kernel source $ cp /boot/config-2.4.18-386 .config # get current config as default $ make menuconfig # customize as one wishes $ make-kpkg clean # must run (per: man make-kpkg) $ fakeroot make-kpkg --append_to_version -486 --initrd \ --revision=rev.01 kernel_image \ modules_image # modules_image is for pcmcia-cs* etc. $ cd .. # dpkg -i kernel-image*.deb pcmcia-cs*.deb # install

make-kpkg kernel_image actually does make oldconfig

and make dep. Do not use --initrd if initrd is not used.

If one wants to use modules from pcmcia-cs or no pcmcia, one should select "General setup —>" to "PCMCIA/CardBus support —>" in make menuconfig and set the configuration to "<> PCMCIA/CardBus support" (i.e., uncheck the box).

On an SMP machine, set CONCURRENCY_LEVEL according to kernel-pkg.conf(5).




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