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Old 25th July 2011, 19:15
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Default Custom Kernel from kernel.org on RPM for Centos

Hello people.

I compiled a kernel from sources, specifically
the long term one, 2.6.32.43 from kernel.org
patching it with grsecurity.


How exactly can I "pack it up" in a RPM with ALL the modules
that I compiled plus anything else it needs (mkinitrd for example)

so with a simple rpm -Ivh kernel.rpm could be installed on all other
Centos systems I got ? (And not doing on every system one by one the compilations all the procedures and so on...)

Centos wiki isn't much help...
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