Javier Aguilar Saavedra
malandante at gmail.com
Thu Jul 20 10:04:21 UTC 2006
I don't know if doing that is safe or not. Anyway I'm working with a vanilla
kernel and there hasn't been any problem so far.
2006/7/18, Pupeno <pupeno at pupeno.com>:
> On Tuesday 18 July 2006 18:27, Javier Aguilar Saavedra wrote:
> > To build your own kernel, you can download the linux-source-2.6.17package
> > from edgy and proceed to make the debs. This sources include the ubuntu
> > patches. I don't know what patches are these, but I suppose they must be
> > useful.
> Me too, that's why I took that route. But the packages generated by
> linux-soulce-2.6.17 depend on a newer version of modutils than the one
> provided with Dapper. Would it be safe to just change what version it
> on and go on ?
> Pupeno <pupeno at pupeno.com> (http://pupeno.com)
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