[ltp] Step-by-Step Howto building a Debian Kernel Package

Tino Keitel linux-thinkpad@linux-thinkpad.org
Mon, 17 Mar 2003 11:12:12 +0100

On Mon, Mar 17, 2003 at 10:55:40 +0200, Daniel Schmidt wrote:
> Hi list,
> i am looking for a step-by-step Howto for building a Debian Woody
> Kernel package for a Thinkpad 600 with an actual kernel
> (2.4.21-pre21-ac3), ALSA (0.9.1), PCMCIA-CS (3.2.4), the thinkpad and
> the mwave driver.

The 2.4 kernel has the mwave modem driver included. For PCMCIA, install
the pcmcia-source package, go to /usr/src and unpack the pcmcia*tar.gz
file. I don't know a source for for a "debianized" version of your desired
version of the ALSA driver source.

> Links with german language would be nice, but english is ok.
> I have downloaded all recent sources, now i would like to know how to
> put everything in the right place to create a working kernel and
> modules package.

Install "kernel-package" and read the documentation. It's very easy. A
short german summery of the necessary instructions can be found at


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