Hi, i manage to compile the kernel by flllowing irfanbagus post, but now i need some help, i want to compile with dual boot features.
How do i do that, can anyone help me please.
on 10/25/2012 – Made popular on 10/25/2012
So I'm able to compile source code for my specific device and I'm able to compile custom a kernel. I flash them separately and they work. And I can replace boot.img inside the ROM to replace the stock kernel and that also works. I would like to compile custom kernel with the ROM instead of flashing and compiling them separating?
I am looking for some tutorials where I can learn to compile Linux kernel and create my own Linux distro. I don't want to create a copy of Ubuntu or I don't want to install my compiled codes in Ubuntu. I want to create new linus OS which I can share with my friends. I want to know that how can I create desktop graphics in my custom OS and other features like Ubuntu.
Everytime I attempt to boot with more than one hard drive I get a kernel panic. This happens everytime I install Slackware. Normally I'd just compile a new kernel and the problem would be solved as there does not seem to be a default kernel with file systems already builtin.
For various reasons I decided to compile my own kernel. I chose the 3.10 LTS kernel and downloaded it directly from kernel.org.
When you compile your own kernel this obviously forces you to take care of security updates for yourself. So I put something together which I think others might benefit from, so I decided to post it here.
I become successful to download kernel, compile it and run it.
When i modify tcp.c file or any other file in this /usr/src/linux/net/ipv4 location, (just modifying c files) i have to compile the complete kernel every time, which is very time consuming procedure.
So Please help, How to compile that net/ipv4 package or etc...
i wanna ask you for help to compile a very tiny kernel. I'm currently having a task at school that dictates that I must compile a kernel without modules, that can boot and is less than 10mb big. I've tried a load of stuff but I tend to kill modules I need and forget to bake the important options in to the kernel.