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Packaging Targets

These targets package up a built kernel into a stand-alone package that can be installed on a wide range of different machines.

Table 11.6. Packaging targets

Target

Description

rpm

Builds the kernel first and then packages it up as a RPM package that can be installed.

rpm-pkg

Builds a source RPM package containing the base kernel.

binrpm-pkg

Builds a RPM package that contains a compiled kernel and modules.

deb-pkg

Builds a Debian package that contains the compiled kernel and modules.

tar-pkg

Builds a tarball that contains the compiled kernel and modules.

targz-pkg

Builds a gzip -compressed tarball that contains the compiled kernel and modules.

tarbz2-pkg

Builds a bzip2 -compressed tarball that contains the compiled kernel and modules.


 
 
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