On Fri, Apr 28, 2000 at 10:36:57AM +0100, lbedford at wbtsystems.com wrote:
> I guess we could do a slightly unscientific test on this list.
> How long does it take people to build a bog standard SCSI + one
> network card 2.2 kernel? I know this is going to cause some
> differences as far as modules go, but it should be close enough.
>> There are a few people with Dual Celeron BP6 boards...
>> build with
> time "make dep;make clean; make -j4 bzImage && make -j4 modules"
I had the same idea - I intended to produce a very basic config file for
2.2.13 (because it's what I'm using at the moment) but I couldn't produce
one config file (really simple, no networking, no SCSI) which would produce
a successful make on SuSE and Mandrake boxes, so I said "screw it !"
Oh no - it's happening - Linux is forking :-) But seriously, I do wish these
distribution vendors would at least leave the kernel source tree in a
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