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SubjectRe: How to compile on one machine and install on another?
the 'compile in one place and export the product via nfs' mentality
really kicks in under *bsd, where you may have a server farm and want to
upgrade all at once...the tarball idea works for one machine, but for
multiples, its all about exporting it... just my 2 cents. --gabe


,----[ On Tue, Jun 19, at 07:24PM, Kelledin Tane wrote: ]--------------
| Gabriel Rocha wrote:
|
| > you could always compile on one machine and nfs mount the /usr/src/linux
| > and do a make modules_install from the nfs mounted directory...
|
| The way I've always managed this sort of thing is to tar up your kernel source,
| transfer it to the "compile box" however you please, then do all the compile
| steps except the "make modules_install" and the copying of the kernel image.
| Then tar up the compiled source tree, transfer it over to the box you want to
| install on, untar it, and do the rest of the steps (the "make modules_install"
| and the copying of the kernel image). Just make sure that all the systems
| involved have about the same system time, else you'll get the message, "Clock
| skew detected. Your build may be incomplete."
|
| One day I managed to get egcs-2.91.66 to compile against glibc-2.2, and I never
| had to do that stuff again. ;)
|
| Kelledin
|
| bash-2.05 $ kill -9 1
| init: Just what do you think you're doing, Dave?
|
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