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...
From another former Arch user... welcome to #!It is so nice. I enjoyed Arch as well, but Debian/#! is so stable without breakages.May not get newest packages in repos, but usually no big deal. If want newest, can compile.
I've attempted to install drivers for an FPGA device, but require that I remove the usbserial module. This happens to be impossible because usbserial is a built-in module. It was suggested that I compile a new kernel to make usbserial dynamically loadable and unloadable.
I'm now trying to compile a custom kernel w/ Fedora.
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?
Hello people, am doing my graduation project on Operating Systems specifically on Linux Kernel where i would be learning how to compile and run the Linux Kernel.The reason for me asking this thread is am in a full chaos as to what kind of module that i can develop so that i can even contribute it to the Open Source community.My project guide suggested me like Kernel Synchronization or something on
Hello, I hope someone can help me.
In my Operating Systems course let us compile a Linux kernel.
I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
I compiled 18.104.22.168 Kernel following the next guide
Apparently everything works, except for the network.