substitution of linux version in LFS-6.0

charlie charlie.cllin at free.fr
Thu Dec 23 06:53:56 PST 2004


Don Shuff a écrit :
> On Thu, 23 Dec 2004 12:51:46 +0100
> charlie <charlie.cllin at free.fr> wrote:
> 
> 
>>J. Greenlees a écrit :
>>
>>>charlie wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>Hi everyone,
>>>>
>>>>Has anybody tried using linux 2.6.9 in LFS 6.0 rather than 2.8.6.1 
>>>>during the installation. Is it considered safe and stable?
>>>>
>>>>Thank you
>>>>CH COLLIN
>>>
>>>building 2.6.9?
>>>or running on 2.6.9?
>>
>>no, building it, i mean replacing package linux-2.6.8.1 with 
>>linux-2.6.9, that's it. I guess there's no roblem as 2.6.9 is newer but 
>>still in the same version.
>>
> 
> 
> Am I correct in assuming that if you chose to "build" LFS 6 with kernel 2.6.9 that you also have to use the linux-libc-headers-2.6.9.0 as well for sections 5.6.1 and  6.9.1 in the book.?
> 
> 

This is what i wonder, indeed. Is there a linux-libc-headers-2.6.9.0 
package somewhere?
In fact, my question is:
i need LFS-6.0 with running kernel 2.6.9.
How should i modify instructions in the book to get this?
Can i simply follow step by step lfs book and replace linux-2.6.8.1 with 
linux-2.6.9?

> 
>>>if latter see thread:
>>>fatal kernel to old on lfs6
>>>message-id 20041222134202.2728bc37.donito at woh.rr.com
>>>
>>>Jaqui
>>>
>>
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