[LAU] Debian 5

Cassiel raffaele.morelli at gmail.com
Mon Feb 23 04:40:18 EST 2009

Starting from the standard config file in /boot/ and applying the RT patch
(and related features in menuconfig) should be really safe on ppc too.
Once you get a bootable kernel you can prune it step by step according to
your hardware.

I always suggest
(apolgize for repetitiveness) except for alsa compilation (we are on
debian ;-) ) and for OSS support which I always turn off during menuconfig.
Furthermore, regarding the make-kpkg command is better to issue something

make-kpkg --append-to-version -rt-xx --revision xx --initrd kernel_image


2009/2/22 alex stone <compose59 at gmail.com>

> Raffaele, thanks for the info. I'm not sure how well i'd do making an RT
> kernel for a powerpc build. I couldn't get it working when i tried Ubuntu,
> but i just might have another try with Debian ppc, and see what happens.
> Alex.
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