a kernel compilation question
From: Doofus (doofus_at_bulldoghome.com)
Date: Tue, 19 Jul 2005 00:43:06 +0100 To: email@example.com
The debian reference manual says there are two ways, the debian standard
and the classic method:
where the first uses a kernel deb package and lots of nice
debian-make-it-simple utilities, while the second uses the method
outlined in the documentation distributed with the kernels source.
Is there any reason not to combine the two methods, ie download the
latest 2.4 from kernel.org (which I want), but use "make-kpkg clean" and
"make-kpkg kernel_image" (which I like)?
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