Re: Compiling new kernel...

Marc Singer (elf@netcom.com)
Sun, 3 Nov 1996 14:32:45 -0800 (PST)

> I am trying to compile a new kernel (2.0.23) on a new Alpha (PC164) machine
> that I just received, and I am having big time problems...

[deletia]

Funny you should ask. I just started doing this today and found a few snags.

I'm compiling 2.0.24 (it has the big ping patch). I took the stock
386 sources and generated the /usr/src/linux source tree. Then ,I
applied the axp-diffs-2.0.21.gz patch. The trouble with it is that it
puts new include files in a 386 directory. The trick here is to patch
this way.

cd /usr/src/linux
zcat axp-diffs-2.0.21.gz | patch -p1 >& patchlog

Note that we patch from within the linux source directory. If you
don't do this, you will need to move the files from the /usr/src/386
tree into the /usr/src/linux tree.

I'm not done compiling, but I suspect this will get you closer to the
final solution.

-- Marc Singer

--
To unsubscribe: send e-mail to axp-list-request@redhat.com with
'unsubscribe' as the subject.  Do not send it to axp-list@redhat.com



Feedback | Store | News | Support | Product Errata | About Us | Linux Info | Search | JumpWords
No Frames | Show Frames

Copyright © 1995-1997 Red Hat Software. Legal notices