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Old 02-07-2002, 11:55 AM   #1
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Kernel Compiling for another machine...


hi....i`ve got a question...how do I compile a kernel for another machine??....I mean...I`ve got two machines...

the first one is a Amd Duron with 10 gb of hard disk...and the other one is a k6 300 mhz with 200 mb....

I want the k6 to be a server - gateway for a lan...but...because of disk space i cannot install the necesary stuff to compile and recompile the kernel (2.4.xx), so I thought that I compile the kernel in the duron and then copy the modules and kernel to the k6 and run lilo....it seems to be allright...but when I booted de k6 it keeped booting over and over...did I do sth wrong??...
Is this the way to do this or there is sth else???

thanx a looooottt
 
  


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