Refresh my memory make release with a custom kernel
nonesuch at longcount.org
Wed Jun 20 17:26:37 UTC 2018
That did not work, the resulting kernel was still a GENERIC . For a
I am just going to tar up /boot/kernel into my own kernel.txz. This is
On Wed, Jun 20, 2018 at 9:08 AM, Igor V. Ruzanov
<igorr at pochta-mx.canmos.ru> wrote:
> On Wed, 20 Jun 2018, Mark Saad wrote:
> |Hi all
> | I can’t remember and I havent been able to find the right option to make a release with a custom kernel config .
> |I did
> |make buildworld
> |make buildkernel KERNCONF=SUPERDOOPER
> I usually run `make installkernel KERNCONF=SUPERDOOPER`, then reboot and
> `make installworld` after kernel building step.
> |cd release
> |make release KERNEL=SUPERDOOPER
> |make install DESTDIR=/export/build/sd
> |The resulting kernel was a generic not my custom . What am I forgetting?
> |Mark Saad | nonesuch at longcount.org
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