On Sat, 4 Oct 2003, Philipp Thomas wrote:
The k_*.src.rpm only contain the configuration of that kernel. So if you want to change something in the kernel configuration, the k_*.src.rpm are the right place to do so. If you want to make changes to the kernel source code, it's kernel-source you have to rebuild.
Actually, I need to do both (code changes & config changes). One thing that seems a little odd is that both the k_*.src.rpm and the kernel-source rpm contain a config. In any case, how does one actually produce a binary k_*.i586.rpm from the two src.rpms? Is this documented anywhere?