> "Christoph Lukas" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Ărta 2007-11-21 19:41-kor:
> > Every six month when a new Ubuntu version is released we have to build
> > an Ubuntu-Vserver kernel.
> > The way I have choosen in the last year was to:
> > * Install the Ubuntu linux-source package
> > * Download the most appropriate patch from linux-vserver.org
> > * Apply the patch
> > * Fix the rejects
> > * Use make-kpkg to build a kernel .deb
> That was the way I did with Gutsy. I wanted to fix the howto at
> linux-vserver.org, but I am not so good at documentation tasks :-(
We should update either the linux-vserver or the ubuntu wiki. I could
probably do that. :)
> > As a trade off we would set up something like an inoffical Ubuntu
> > repository supplying a kernel-patch, linux-source and linux-image
> > package.
> The task wasn't just so easy at this time! I had to build a 0.31 dietlibc,
> to make working the util-vserver package.
> This is the time I had to thank the many help I got @ irc/oftc #vserver.
> So every piece of my work (except the build directories) I put here:
Wow!! Great work!
I will try this the next days.
Thanks a lot,
Received on Thu Nov 22 06:56:02 2007