Subject: Re: unable to make build
To: Perry E. Metzger <email@example.com>
From: Andrew Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/06/2000 18:07:34
>> this is the way i've usually done things (since it was easier and
>> required less reboots), but i thought it was the other way around. i
>> thought one was supposed to build a new kernel first so as to support
>> any new features that libraries or binaries might like to make use of.
>You do always want to build and install a new kernel first, but if you
>want a "make release" to work, as the person at the start of this
>thread did, you have to "make build" beforehand.
i see. make a new kernel, then make build, and finally make a
release. got it.
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