Replacing "-custom" in my New Kernel development configuration
viniciustinti at gmail.com
Wed Feb 11 12:48:17 EST 2015
On Wed, Feb 11, 2015 at 3:42 PM, s.rawat <imsaurabhrawat at gmail.com> wrote:
> I recently built the 3.18.5 kernel according to instruction on the
> linuxkernel newbie page .I used /sbin/installkernel script to install the
> modules and updated the grub.cnf.
> On a reboot i get option 3.18.5[b]-custom[/b] and booted in.But now since I
> am modifying the kernel and needed headers in /user/src for the same kernel
> name i am using i.e 3.18.5 , but uname-r gives 3.18.5[b]-custom[/b].I can
> still install headers with the name 3.18.5 and rename it to 3.18.5-custombut
> how is there any other way out to fix this.If I could replace "-custom" in
> all the places or do I have to do it manually - in grub, all all other
> places?I dont know how many places it has been reference as "-custom".
> I might have taken a wrong route i guess :S ! Have I??
Take a look at CONFIG_LOCALVERSION option.
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