LFS + latest packages + kernel 2.6.x
buchanan at iinet.net.au
Sat May 8 06:51:27 PDT 2004
I have done a search in the archives for LFS + kernel 2.6.x, but it
points to RedHat's kernel headers. Is this strictly necessary? I
don't want to use RedHat's because they make modifications to the
stock kernels, and I would like a stock kernel.
Can I build a 2.6.x based system on a 2.4.x hosted system? Can I use
the latest packages (I assume I can't just apply the current patches
to packages with different versions?) Is it absolutely necessary to
use the patches?
I think I just add --with-headers=/linux-2.6.5/include or something
like that. Do I need to add this from the very start, i.e. when doing
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