How to compile and install a new kernel in ubuntu 11
i downloaded a stable new linux kernel from kernel.org(3.5.2)
please provide me the steps or somw guidance of how to do it?
I have been owrking with linux kernel, compiling and inserting modules, in my custom kernels. Previously I had Ubuntu where I had been working with my custom kernel and all the commands for compiling and installing kernel worked like a charm once I had installed all the required libraries.
After months writing code and seeing multiple failures I have given up writing a kernel and decided to use the linux kernel. My only problem is that I'm not sure how.
I have looked up how to compile the kernel but it just isnt working. I downloaded 3.2.7 from kernel.org and I have an Ubuntu computer. What am I supposed to do to get the kernel from files to a bootable ISO image?
The first stable version of Linux Kernel 3.4 has been released few days ago. For new changes and prominent features in Linux 3.4, refer to this page.
This tutorial shows how to install the linux kernel 3.4.0 on Ubuntu 12.04 and 11.10.
Warning: Do not do this on a production machine.If it breaks you get to keep all pieces. No support for this in the Crunchbang Forums!It works like this: 0. Prerequisites: apt-get install git build-essential 1.
You do realize, you don't have to replace the stock kernel when you compile a new one. You can install multiple kernels and their support files are in /lib/modules in directories defined by the kernel name.My system has 3 kernels installed. The standard Arch kernel, the -ck kernel from AUR, and (Because you can take the boy away from Gentoo, but you can't take Gentoo out of t
The latest version of the stable Linux kernel 3.14.1 has been announced by Greg Kroah-Hartman, marking the first update for the most advanced kernel available right now. “I'm announcing the release of the 3.14.1 kernel.