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
Trilby wrote:Make another package.Or use an additional package like linux-lts in the repos, or any of the many kernels in the AUR.Regardless, the kernel has to a configuration so as to have a different name. The location of the modules in the file system for a given kernel is a function of the kernel's name.