[Debian-eeepc-devel] building a new deb package for kernel

obregonmateo at gmail.com obregonmateo at gmail.com
Thu Sep 18 12:26:16 UTC 2008

Silly question answered: Debian documentation describes how to make a new 
linux image with make-kpkg. I'll try this method.


On Thursday 18 September 2008, obregonmateo at gmail.com wrote:
> Silly question, but I have always used make/make install to build new
> kernel images. However, how do I go about  making a new linux kernel .deb
> package with modified sources (from the 2.6.26 source for lenny)?
> The reason is that any modules I generate with m-a try to look for the
> image ... and uname reports 2.6.26, so aptitude always wants
> to unload my custom modules because they fail the dependency tests.
> Mateo.
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