make bzimage isnt working on debian woody


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    make bzimage isnt working on debian woody

    its been a while since i've compiled a kernel:
    1. i copy source to usr/src
    2. extract the kernel
    3. make xconfig
    4. make dep
    5. make clean
    6. make bzimage this then returns a 'no rule to make target'

    enlghten me please, im using debian by the way.

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    It's
    Code:
    make bZimage
    (note the capital "Z".)

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    cheers johnt

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    I couldn't count the times I've done that in a rush to a new kernel.

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    make bZimage
    Is that the new Zorro kernel? As opposed to the intellectual kernel....bzImage?
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    Originally posted by JohnT
    It's
    Code:
    make bZimage
    (note the capital "Z".)

    Hehe It's capital "I" not "Z"
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    And it's not required at all when you move to kernel 2.6 -- on 2.6, you make mrproper && make menuconfig && make && make modules_install instead. "make" does what "make clean && make dep && make bzImage && make modules" did in 2.4.

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    lol and who said all linux users were highly intelligent beings oh wait that was me

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    LOL....I told you (I do it every time)

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