On 27.1.2011 12:22, Dave Howorth wrote:
I recently experienced an error whilst trying to
compile a kernel and I
don't understand what it is or what its implications might be, so I'm
hoping someboady can advise me.
I have an 11.2 system and I have installed the kernel from the
Kernel:/HEAD/11.2 repository. I'm intending to make a minor change to
investigate a hardware issue, but first I tried to set up my compile
environment and simply recompile that kernel. Here's what I saw:
/usr/src/linux # ls -ld ../linux
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 15 Jan 25 23:43 ../linux -> linux-2.6.37-41
/usr/src/linux # make clean
/usr/src/linux # make cloneconfig
Cloning configuration file /proc/config.gz
scripts/kconfig/conf: invalid option -- 'D'
See README for usage info
make: *** [cloneconfig] Error 1
make: *** [cloneconfig] Error 2
That's a bug in the cloneconfig patch, scripts/kconfig/conf now expects
--long-options. I'll fix it.
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