Originally posted by reddazz
If yuou are installing a custom kernel change into the directory of the extracted kernel and then run those commands, eg
reddazz,allow me to comment something here.
i would suggest to use a symlink to linux-2.6.11
ln -s linux-2.6.11 linux
some patches will look direct to /usr/src/linux. if you leave your kenel source somewhere else, or you have the symlink pointing to the wrong kernel, applying a pacth can bring a big mess to the system.