[CentOS] Centos kernel problem
johnny at centos.org
Sat Aug 22 10:59:13 UTC 2009
> My system is Centos 5.3. and I want to study the kernel, for example,
> write myself kernel module. So I download the kernel source
> *.2.6.18.tar.bz2 and compile it in my system. make bzImage && make &&
> make modules && make modules_install && make install.
> When reboot, I find I can not mount the ntfs disk to the system
> and some other software have the problems. Before compile the kernel
> source, I have installed the kernel-module-ntfs-* , and when compile
> the *.tar.bz2 kernel source, I added sata support with modue style.
> I want to know if anything I do not do ? when modify the kernel, how
> to update all the software? If I install the *.src.rpm kernel,
> is it difficult to start kernel with it? Fox example, if write myself
> module, it needs to make rpm then can debug it?
Take a look at this wiki article:
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