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gabrix 4th November 2006 03:13

Why this?
 
Code:

root@argo:/usr/src/linux-2.6.8.1# make-kpkg clean
bash: make-kpkg: command not found

Why after kernel compilation i get this make-kpkg command not found ?
I'm compiling kernel 2.6.8.1 and following your debian tutorial about 2.6 i'm getting on with "make deb-pkg" while it's compiling how would i do when comes time for "make-kpkg --revision=custom.1.0 kernel_image" , "make deb-pkg --revision=custom.1.0 kernel_image" ?????? would it be all right ???? :confused:

mudder-board 4th November 2006 03:27

This is only a guess, is kpkg installed, its the simple things that get ya, kind of like me and mysql ; Good luck

gabrix 4th November 2006 04:15

Quote:

root@argo:~# apt-get install kpkg
Reading Package Lists... Done
Building Dependency Tree... Done
E: Couldn't find package kpkg
maybe i miss understood !

gabrix 4th November 2006 04:22

Got over !!!!
I have installed the "kernel-package" and now i have make-kpkg command ... thanks !

gabrix 4th November 2006 06:05

... and the compiling result is a kernel panic because VFS cannot open rootdevice hda5 please append a correct root=boot option... vfs unable to mount root fs on unknown block(0,0).I suppose i have to modify grub for this to work,i thought dpkg -i did it!What about the mkinitrd ?Is that necessary for boot?

falko 5th November 2006 16:31

Quote:

Originally Posted by gabrix
What about the mkinitrd ?Is that necessary for boot?

Yes, please run mkinitrd. I think you built your file system support into your kernel as modules, therefore you must create a ramdisk with mkinitrd, otherwise your system can't boot.


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