On Wed, Nov 12, 2003 at 11:57:30AM +0100, Müller Miklós wrote:
> I've build the binaries successfully with rpm -bb.
> It created the kernel-source, kernel-doc, kernel-BOOT,
> and kernel-debuginfo rpms in /usr/src/redhat/RPMS/i386.
> Now how do i go on with compiling kernel-i86, and kernel-smp?
add '--target <arch>' to the rpmbuild command replacing <arch> with
i686, athlon, i586 etc.
smp/bigmem stuff is automatically build for the archs supporting it
(unless you turn it off).
> > So I was feeling charitable today...
> > You'll find an SRPM in ftp://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs/testing/FC1 that
> > seems to more or less pass our QA suite. It's a hurry-up job though, so
> > give it some cautious testing if you'd like.
> > To the RH folks, if you're listening, I think I've done patches in such
> > a way that you can strip out acls & dmapi, and have a functional xfs
> > with extremely minimal impact to the rest of the kernel.
> > (linux-2.4.22-xfs-exports.patch is the only thing we -really- need to be
> > able to ship an out-of-kernel module, linux-2.4.22-xfs-inode-init.patch
> > would be nice).
> > -Eric
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