Debian Kernel Compilation – 2 ways – make-kpkg (new) and make (old)

KERNEL COMPILATION IN DEBIAN
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There now exists 2 ways to compile thine kernel.
Thine old way thine finest of ways
Thine new way makes thine deb file.

Im not funny… The end…

“I hope this will be informative for you and thank you for watching”

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FOR 3.x KERNELS – MAKES DEB FILES WITH MAKE-KPKG
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The current way to compile the kernel makes a deb file in debian/ubuntu. The advantage with the newer method is that the kernel is compiled into 2 .deb files that can easily be installed. And also deleted/removed/uninstalled with dpkg or apt-get remove.

http://www.howtoforge.com/kernel_compilation_debian_etch

http://www.tecmint.com/kernel-compilation-in-debian-linux/

http://syslint.com/syslint/how-to-compile-linux-kernel-in-debian-ubuntu-the-easy-way/

 

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FOR KERNEL 2.6 – WITH MAKE
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The older ways of kernel building essentially you compiled up the kernel and everything in boot. This method works with any system if you know what your doing so not just debian.

http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/compiling-linux-kernel-26.html
http://voices.yahoo.com/compiling-linux-26-kernel-scratch-340428.html
http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/kernel/55612-mini-howto-compile-linux-kernel-2-6-a.html

 

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