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Whichever interface you use for configuring the kernel, most items offer the choice of y, m, or n (in the xconfig interface these are represented by a tick in the checkbox, a dot in the checkbox, and an empty checkbox, respectively): y means Compile this option into the kernel. m means Compile this option as a module. n means Don t include this option. When you have saved your configuration, you will have a new .config file. This is the one you will use when you start building the kernel.
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Figure 27-3: Using make xconfig for kernel configuration
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Figure 27-4: Selecting options in the xconfig interface
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27 The Kernel
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Building the Kernel
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Now, assuming the architecture is x86, you need to do the following:
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root@bible: /usr/src/linux-2.6.5-7.79/ # make bzImage
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Historically, the b stands for big, and the z indicates that it is a compressed image. On other architectures, the command you need is different. Details specific to SUSE are available at www.suse.de/~agruen/kernel-doc/. This is where the real work gets done. In the 2.6 kernels, by default you see slightly less output on the screen than before (see Listing 27-2).
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Listing 27-2: Output from the Kernel Build Process
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root@bible: /usr/src/linux-2.6.5-7.79/ # make bzImage SPLIT include/linux/autoconf.h -> include/config/* make[1]: `arch/i386/kernel/asm-offsets.s is up to date. CHK include/linux/compile.h UPD include/linux/compile.h CC init/version.o LD init/built-in.o CC init/kerntypes.o IKCFG kernel/ikconfig.h GZIP kernel/config_data.gz IKCFG kernel/config_data.h CC kernel/configs.o LD kernel/built-in.o GEN .version CHK include/linux/compile.h UPD include/linux/compile.h CC init/version.o [...]
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When the build process has completed, all being well, you will see a message similar to this:
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Root device is (3, 1) Boot sector 512 bytes. Setup is 5039 bytes. System is 1426 kB Kernel: arch/i386/boot/bzImage is ready
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You can now navigate to that directory and see the file that has been created.
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root@bible: ~ # cd /usr/src/linux/arch/i386/boot/ root@bible: /usr/src/linux-2.6.5-7.79/arch/i386/boot/ # ls l bzImage
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You should see a brand-new file bzImage with a timestamp showing that it has just been created.
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When you ve made the bzImage, you have several more steps to perform: 1. Build the modules:
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root@bible: /usr/src/linux-2.6.5-7.79/ # make modules
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Note that if you simply issue the command make or make all, the bzImage and the modules will be built in one step. 2. Install the kernel and the modules:
root@bible: /usr/src/linux-2.6.5-7.79/ # make install
This copies the bzImage file to the /boot directory. (Before you do this you may want to back up the old kernel, particularly if it has the same version number.)
root@bible: /usr/src/linux-2.6.5-7.79/ # make modules_install
3. Create a new initial ramdisk to correspond to the new kernel:
root@bible: /usr/src/linux-2.6.5-7.79/ # mkinitrd
4. Check that both the new and old kernels are referenced in the GRUB menu so that you can go back to the old kernel if you need to. Edit the file /boot/grub/menu.lst to confirm this. If you use LILO for booting, you need to both edit /etc/lilo.conf to ensure that both the new and old kernels are included and run the lilo command. Now, all being well, you can reboot and select the new kernel.
Caution If you have compiled things into the kernel that were previously being loaded as modules, it is important that these modules themselves should not be loaded when the new kernel is booted; otherwise, unexpected problems could occur. You may need to adjust /etc/ modprobe.conf in this case.
Rebuilding the km_* Packages
A number of packages have names beginning with km_. These packages contain source code for additional external kernel modules that you may need to compile separately to add support for certain things. For example, the km_ocfs package adds support for the Oracle Cluster File System (OCFS), and the km_smartlink-softmodem package adds support for a certain class of winmodems. You can find these packages by searching for km_ in YaST s software module. To make use of these packages, you must have the source for the running kernel installed. When you install these packages, they install the relevant source code to a directory under
/usr/src/kernel-modules/. To add support for OCFS, for example, change to the directory /usr/src/kernel-modules/ocfs2/, and then issue the commands: # make modules KERNEL_SOURCE=/usr/src/linux # make install KERNEL_SOURCE=/usr/src/linux
Alternatively, you can issue this command: