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Kernel Hacking The Kernel Hacking window lists features of interest to programmers who want to modify the kernel code. You can have the kernel include debugging information.
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Once you set your options, save your configuration. You can also make a backup copy by clicking Save To File.
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Now that the configuration is ready, you can compile your kernel. You first need to generate a dependency tree to determine what part of the source code to compile, based on your configuration. Use the following command:
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You also have to clean up any object and dependency files that may remain from a previous compilation. Use the following command to remove such files:
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You can use several options to compile the kernel (See Table 34-1 later in this chapter). The bzImage option simply generates a kernel file called bzImage and places it in the arch directory. For Intel systems, you find bzImage in the i386/boot subdirectory, arch/i386/boot. For a Red Hat kernel source, this would be in /usr/src/linux-2.4 /arch/i386/boot. For a kernel archive source, this would be in /usr/src/linux/arch /i386/boot.
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The install option generates both the kernel files and installs them on your system, as vmlinuz.
make install
The zlilo option installs the kernel file as well, but also runs lilo to update LILO. The zlilo option is designed for use with systems that run LILO. If you are booting Linux from DOS using loadlin, you will need to copy the bzImage file to the loadlin directory on the DOS partition where you are starting Linux from.
To install a kernel bzImage file manually, copy the bzImage file to the directory where the kernel resides and give it the name used on your distribution, such as vmlinuz for Red Hat. Remember to first back up the old kernel file. On Red Hat, vmlinuz is a symbolic link to an actual kernel file that will have the term "vmlinuz" with the version name. So, to manually install a bzImage file on Red Hat, you copy it to the /boot directory with the name vmlinuz and the attached version number such as vmlinuz-2.4.7-10. You then create a symbolic link from /boot/vmlinuz to /boot/vmlinuz-2.4.7-10.
make bzImage cp arch/i386/boot/bzImage /boot/vmlinuz-2.4.7-10 ln s /boot/vmlinuz /boot/vmlinuz-2.4.7-10
The bzImage option and those options that begin with the letter b, like bzlilo, create a compressed kernel image. This kernel image may not work on older systems. If not, try using the zImage option to create a kernel file called zImage. Then install the zImage file manually. Bear in mind that support for zImage will be phased out eventually.
make zImage
The bzlilo option both installs the kernel file on your system and runs LILO. You should use this option if you receive an error saying your kernel is too large. The following command compiles the kernel, installs it on your system, and runs LILO for you. To install and update LILO, use the following:
make zlilo
If you receive an error saying the kernel is too large, try using a b version of the option, such as bzlilo, to further reduce its size.
make bzlilo
If you want to create a boot disk with the new kernel, use the bzdisk option. This option will install the kernel on a floppy disk placed in your floppy drive. The kernel will reside on the floppy disk, and to use that kernel you boot your system from the floppy (the kernel is not installed on your root partition as it is with the install option).
make bzdisk
The previous options will create the kernel, but not the modules those features of the kernel to be compiled into separate modules. To compile your modules, use the make command with the modules argument.
make modules
To install your modules, use the make command with the modules_install option. This installs the modules in the /lib/modules/version-num directory, where version-num is the version number of the kernel. Making a backup copy of the old modules before you install the new ones may be advisable.
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