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Debian GNU/Linux Reference Guide
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9.3.3 Approach 2: recompile the kernel

Debian uses make-kpkg to create a kernel. Use the new --append_to_version with make-kpkg to build multiple kernel images. See The Linux kernel under Debian, Chapter 7.

Use the following setup through make menuconfig:

  • bzImage

  • Exclude the IDE CD driver (not a must, but simpler to do this)

  • Compile in ide-scsi and sg, or make them modules

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