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Yudha Harimantoro T wrote:
> Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2008 16:41:36 -0400
> From: Bill Davidsen
>
>
>
>> Yudha Harimantoro T wrote:
>>
>>> Hi all,
>>> Yesterday I build kernel 2.6.26.6 and it's run well. Today I got
>>> 2.6.27 patch and try to build it.
>>>
>>> I build with `make oldconfig` and answer any question with default answer, I just press [enter].
>>> I build with `make`. No error and all compiled.
>>> Then I install with `make modules_install` and `make install`.
>>>
>>>
>
>
>> I realize that this is a low-probability thought, but did you:
>> - apply the patch against 2.6.26 NOT 2.6.26.6
>>
> Yup, I've did it.
>
>> - run make clean before applying the patch
>>
> I still need this for a pure 2.6.26? I'll try this.
>
>
>>> After reboot the system I got 'kernel panic'.
>>> This is the error picture :
>>> http://www.ryht.co.cc/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/pa101358.jpg
>>> Is it a bugs?
>>>
>>> http://www.ryht.co.cc/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/pa101353.jpg [2.6.26.6 run well]
>>>
>
>
>> I keep configs in a separate place. I would first copy a 2.6.26 tree to a new directory (cp -rl linux-2.6.26 linux2.6.27) then be sure I had a clean copy with "make distclean" (or "make mrproper") and then apply the 2.6.27 patch. Then I would copy the 2.6.26 (or maybe 2.6.26.6) config to .config, and make the oldconfig.
>> None of that is magic, it just keeps me from making common mistakes, lets me start with a clean 2.6.27, etc, etc.
>> You mentioned oldconfig, but not starting back with a clean 2.6.26, which made me think of this.
>>
> Hm, I `cp /boot/config .config` in new kernel tree [2.6.27] for the
> config. Do I make mistakes?
>

No, I was just noting that I try to start oldconfig with a known working
config, to reduce the number of choices and possible errors. I wasn't
sure if you did that, so I mentioned it.

--
Bill Davidsen <davidsen@tmr.com>
"Woe unto the statesman who makes war without a reason that will still
be valid when the war is over..." Otto von Bismark




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