at the prompt where you are running make bzImage, type make modules. it's not really scheduling, but it'll do what you want. it'll run make modules after make bzImage finishes.
if you want to guess at a time it will run, you could sleep 25m;make modules.
you could also hit control-c and run
make bzImage modules
make will skip over the stuff that you just compiled, and go back to about where it left off.
i tried but failed.
bad code follows:
while [ $i -ne "0" ]
i=$[ps -ef | grep "make bzImage"| wc -l]
Last edited by whansard; 10-20-2004 at 09:42 AM.