zImage.prep on 2.6.18 & 2.6.19-rc1-gi5
kth5 at archlinuxppc.org
Tue Oct 10 18:12:30 EST 2006
Just headed over here from debian-powerpc following a hint by Benjamin.
Hope it's alright to just send the same email again asking Paul
Mackerras for using me as a test subject. :)
I've been trying to get an old Motorola Powerstack II working on Linux
for the past few days. Everything is working fine except for the fact
that I have to use a kernel 2.6.8 or earlier. As I'd like to run newer
udevs this is unfortunately an inacceptible state, no uevents and all.
Now then, to the actual problem which occurs while building the kernel
$ make zImage
I was used to do that when building kernels and then dd
arch/ppc/boot/images/zImage.prep to my PreP partition. Now with 2.6.18
and 2.6.19-rc-git5 the following error pops up somewhere near the end of
ln: accessing `arch/powerpc/boot/zImage': No such file or directory
make: *** [arch/powerpc/boot/zImage] Error 1
make: *** [zImage] Error 2
I have tried to find out how that zImage.prep I was using before is
supposed to be built but somehow failed badly. Any pointers on what I
might be doing wrong or have a look at?
PS: config in attachement is also applying to 2.6.18
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