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Problems making personalized kernel

Hi, I'm trying to prepare a customized kernel with some patches, using the
sources from fc5.

I'm preparing scripts to allow me download, prepare sources, add the
patches, and make package.

Download, insall src.rpm and put the patches into SOURCES and patch .spec

The problem is into "make ARCH=i686 nonint_oldconfig" step.

This is the error when run this:

rpmbuild -bp --target i686 SPECS/kernel-2.6_AC.spec

The error is:

.config:2966:warning: trying to reassign symbol AGP_AMD64
.config:2967:warning: trying to reassign symbol AGP_NVIDIA
.config:2968:warning: trying to reassign symbol AGP_SWORKS
make[1]: *** [nonint_oldconfig] Error 4
make: *** [nonint_oldconfig] Error 2
error: Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.11881 (%prep)

Obviously, the patches add some new kernel options and "nonint_oldconfig"
breaks rpmbuild process.

I tried "make menuconfig" moving the apropiate *.config into .config and
manually activate this new options.

My idea is create a script that allow me automatically:
  1) patch a new fedora kernel sources with some patches
  2) don't breaks the standard .spec file
  3) allow me patch it
  4) upgrade all architectures .config with new default options
  5) make kernel rpm's for various architectures

I'm now in step 3, I need help in steps 4 and 5.

Any help?


P.D.: Sorry for my english.

Samuel Díaz García
ArcosCom Wireless, S.L.L.

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