Posted 27 March 2009 - 06:09 PM
I want to run Debian or a variant thereof with Kernel 2.6.29
I have been considering LFS, however, with that not including instructions for the current Kernel release, I'm a bit nervous about running into problems
at compile time, or worse, at run time. I'd like to know if there's a guide available that would help in building the system that would cover any random
craziness that may occur while updating to 2.6.29.
I could I always attempt this with the current Debian version using LFS, but I don't think that would cover loading any additional kernel modules.
Does anyone have suggestions for how to approahc this?