A suggestion for building the kernel batchly.
manuel at linuxfromscratch.org
Sun Mar 26 09:25:13 PST 2006
El Domingo, 26 de Marzo de 2006 18:25, Dan Nicholson escribió:
> `make oldconfig' will adjust it as David mentioned. Config's created
> from that version will come out the same. There's a lot of output,
> though, so you may want to redirect the output.
- To keep the code clar and simple, the kernel build is handled in a
similar way in both LFS, HLFS anc CLFS modules.
- If no no .config file is suppiield, the kernel build is skipped.
- HLFS requires a .config file with the proper GRSECURITY options
- CLFS requires two .config files: one for the boot phase (minimal and no
modules) and one for the final system. Both configured for the $TARGET
Thus, a "yes "" | make oldconfid" could be allowed only in LFS, or HLFS if the
host system is a previous HLFS system, or in same cases of the chrrot method
There is many "if" and unknow variables in that equation.
Manuel Canales Esparcia
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