michalk at awpi.com
Wed Jan 24 10:42:57 EST 2001
I first dabbled in DOC about a year ago, successfully making the modules,
etc. I've been monitoring the email, and thought it would be easy to get
the code compiled into the kernel to boot from DOC.
I went back through the archives.
I downloaded several different kernels to match the patches available
through FTP. Here is what I have tried:
1) "Just download the big tarball and drop it on top of your kernel tree".
Well, that didn't work.
2) Download 2.2.16 kernel.
modify patchin.sh because it didn't work out of the box
patch -p0 -d /usr/src/linux <mtd-patch-2.2.16
It all eventually went without errors, but I still can't get a make
menuconfig to come up with the prompt to compile the MTD drivers.
I tried with 2.4 kernels as well. I know you guys are busy, but I would
like a little cookbook help to be able to compile a kernel, and then boot
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