[TriLUG] some kernel building observations
Wed, 26 Dec 2001 07:17:55 -0500
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On Wed, Dec 26, 2001 at 06:45:03AM -0500, rpjday wrote:
> out of curiosity, have you (or has anyone else here) added
> CML2 on top of some version of the kernel source and tested
> it? there's a CML2 transition guide i just downloaded, so
> i thought i'd give it a shot.
Yep, worked quite well with a corresponding version for 2.4.16. I
normally use kernel-package but in that instance did the manual make
menuconfigure dep bzImage modules (skipped modules_install and install,
however). I hit a few snags with usb-uhci and scsi, but I _believe_
those have been ironed out.
> of course, since CML2 is heavily python-based (python2 to
> be exact), i'll have to go back to learning python. i'm
> starting to think i need to create a dependency tree for
> what i'm trying to learn. ack.
Yes, its requiring Python2 generated quite a bit of contention on lkml.
I don't see all the fuss, however -- most current distributions have
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