Issue with kernel building
roberthuff at rcn.com
Mon Aug 20 13:46:39 UTC 2012
> > Very good point! I'd clear the /usr/src/obj directory as pointed out,
> > then build a generic kenel, install it and boot from it. Then you
> > know you've got a working kernel to fall back on.
> You could then make a copy of that kernel, e. g. from its initial
> installation location /boot/kernel to /boot/kernel.GENERIC.
Before doing this, make sure you have enough space on /. On my
-CURRENT system, /boot/kernel uses ~300 mb and /boot/modules another
35; I created / with 2 gb in part so it could hold multiple kernels.
Running out of space on / is a Really Bad Idea(tm).
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