first of all you don't use my time but almost only my cpu time :-)
please forgive me if i tell you something wrong but i'm testing my wine from the pinot vineyard, and i'm testing a little bit of home made salami too, so i'm getting a little bit unreliable :-)
linux-source is broken in cooking (or rolling, i can't tell the difference), so i use wok (cookbook) and edit /home/slitaz/wok/linux/stuff/linux-slitaz.config to fit your instructions then i cook it with
cooker pkg linux
if you want to experiment when you have cooked it first time you will have /home/slitaz/wok/linux/source/linux[something]/.config (i don't have linux[something] anymore because i tested your tar error and the folder has disapperead). if you install ncurses you can change to /home/slitaz/wok/linux/source/linux[something]/ and
once you have done your changes you can copy .config to /home/slitaz/wok/linux/stuff/linux-slitaz.config and try again to cook it.
when you have cooked it you should cook packages wanting linux, which are almost all linux-* packages and contains linux modules.
i use this line:
for i in $(grep 'WANTED="linux"' */receipt | grep -v 64 | cut -d \/ -f 1); do cooker pkg $i; done
run the command from the wok directory.
warnings about orphaned modules are telling you that you built modules which are not contained in a linux-*package so you should write a receipt for a package containg these modules.
after have builded linux-* packages you should
cook linux --pack
which repack linux without rebuilding it and check again missing modules.
please, there is something wrong with cook getting https sources, i did not noticed it because i alredy had sources in /home/slitaz/src, so as a workaround you better manually download linux-3.2.tar.xz and patch-3.2.40.xz and put them in /home/slitaz/src.
Kernel-Config-Discussion(22 posts) (3 voices)
hi Tom,Posted 3 months ago #
I forgive you evrything and I hope your vine and your salami tasted well....
and I am happy, that I am not totally stupid - I will try.....Posted 3 months ago #
I come to the point "cooker pkg linux"
here I get the error
Connecting to http://www.kernel.org (126.96.36.199:80)
wget: not an http or ftp url: https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v3.0/linux-3.2.tar.xz
ERROR: wget http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v3.0/linux-3.2.tar.xz
Build dependencies to remove: 5
Removing: curl git uclibc-cross-compiler-x86_64 wget xz
ERROR: cook failed
Cook date: 2013-03-21 19:07
ERROR: cook failed
wget and https does not fit together - do I have to do it manually_ and where to put?
I think, we have to change to ftp!!!!
works fine - I think, it has to be changed also in the linux reciept
sorry for i could not able to make new topics.
i was using lates slitaz stable version, and having problem with gparted.
i already install dosfstool and mtool.
slitaz gpart having a problem, when formating usb partition as fat32.
now i am trying to install gpart 0.14.1 from cook, but gpart wont run on stable slitaz4.0.
please help me i need gparted atleast version 0.14.1 or maybe 0.15 tazpackage for the stable slitaz.
finally I checked it, but there are some errors in the doku - at least in rolling:
1) I had to run "cook setup --wok" 2 times until I have a wok directory in /home/slitaz - after the first time, there is only cooking and src directory
2) there must be a reboot inbetween and you shoud not do anything else - first I set up cooker after the first "cook setup --wok" and here was all the time lots of errors, when I run "cook linux"
3) I get lots of warnings when cooking the kernel with the original rolling-config - see attachment - when I look into the log of cooker - http://cook.slitaz.org/cooker.cgi?pkg=linux there are no warnings.
Whats still wrong with my cook environment
I have some time left, so I thought maybe have a look to the kernel - first thing I did was to check http://cook.slitaz.org/cooker.cgi?pkg=linux and now there are the same errors, I got all the time.
So I think, we could change to my config, that pcoduces the same error, but solves the ide bug - config is attached.
But my question is: where the errors now come from? did I miss some changes? - those I findPosted 3 weeks ago #
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