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#1 2013-01-20 19:21:48

waldauf
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[SOLVED] Howto generate kernel image (vmlinuz)?

Hi powerfull ARCH's folk :],

can you advice me how to create/generate kernel image for grub2?



Waldauf

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#2 2013-01-20 19:37:08

Stebalien
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Re: [SOLVED] Howto generate kernel image (vmlinuz)?

I doubt that you really want to do that. You probably want one of the following:
1. reinstall the kernel package (which includes /boot/vmlinuz-linux) (pacman -S linux).
2. regenerate your grub2 config (see the wiki).
3. regenerate your initcpio (see the wiki).

If you really do want to create a custom kernel image, see the wiki on compiling a custom kernel.


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#3 2013-01-20 19:48:38

waldauf
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Re: [SOLVED] Howto generate kernel image (vmlinuz)?

Stebalien wrote:

I doubt that you really want to do that. You probably want one of the following:
1. reinstall the kernel package (which includes /boot/vmlinuz-linux) (pacman -S linux).
2. regenerate your grub2 config (see the wiki).
3. regenerate your initcpio (see the wiki).

If you really do want to create a custom kernel image, see the wiki on compiling a custom kernel.

Stebalien,

you're king ;]. The first option is what I needed (and didn't find in wiki). Thanks :].


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