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SubjectRe: configuring from kernel source directory
Tan Chee Wei wrote:
> hallo ,
> To back up a linux source directory, I tried a $ cp -Rr /usr/src/linux2.2.5
> /usr/src/2.2.5_New
> and then I made the soft link to point to the new directory.
> My question is why does 'make xconfig' or any 'make config' in the new
> directory does not work ,even though the .config file is the same in the
> original and the new one?
> The following errors are encountered.
> rm -f include/asm
> rm: include/asm: is a directory
> make: *** [symlinks] Error 1
> But strange enough, make xconfig works in the original old kernel source
> directory.
> Thanks !

include/asm is supposed to be a softlink. man cp. You need to use -d
to preserve links instead of dereferencing them.

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