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Old 15th April 2007, 16:40
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Default Xen + Kernel compilation

Hi,


I've just had this problem several times when I used this how to: http://howtoforge.com/debian_sarge_xen_3.0.3_p2

everyting is working fine until the step "4.2 Compile A dom0 Kernel"

Code:
cd /usr/src/xen-3.0.3_0-src/
make linux-2.6-xen0-config CONFIGMODE=menuconfig KERNELS="linux-2.6-xen0"
because I have a lot of modules running .. for example my sata adapter and so on - and everything is running fine under the standart kernel of sarge and etch ... but all those modules and the other stuff gets lost after this compilation ... ofcourse ... because it was not mentioned in the kernel configuration.

I guess there are two options to change that:

1. run
Code:
cd /usr/src/xen-3.0.3_0-src/
make linux-2.6-xen0-config CONFIGMODE=menuconfig KERNELS="linux-2.6-xen0"
and change all needed options to "M" or "*" BY HAND ;-/

or to store the old kernel configuration and load this so that I only have to tick the xen compatibly, the quota, and the iptables stuff in the menuconfig.

^^the last one is the one which I want to know how to solve that ;-)

I don't know how to save my old config .. or where to get a Debian etch standart kernel config.





I hope anyone could give me some nice clues or help ;-)


Thanks for reading ;-)


Leander
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Old 15th April 2007, 23:38
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does nobody know any solve of this problem?


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Old 16th April 2007, 15:08
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or to store the old kernel configuration and load this so that I only have to tick the xen compatibly, the quota, and the iptables stuff in the menuconfig.
That's the way to go. Take a look at http://www.howtoforge.com/kernel_compilation_debian . In step 5 it is shown how to copy your current kernel configuration so that it is used by your new kernel:
Code:
cd /usr/src/linux (that should be the directory where you new kernel sources are - replace it with your own value)
cp /boot/config-`uname -r` ./.config
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