Hi everyone, I'm trying to recompile my kernel to add the i8k module (link to my last post for a bit of context) but I'm having some problems: i pull the linux-zen kernel GitHub and then use
make menuconfig to select the i8k option with option
After that I compile and put it in the /boot/ directory but trying to boot this new kernel just don't work.
I suspect that in the menuconfig configuration I have to select every modules that is needed, and that they are not selected by default; is this the problem? Is there a "working list"? Or is it possible to copy/obtain what modules are running on my kernel at the moment?
Thanks in advance.
You should try AUR
Use pamac or yay to install linux-zen-git from AUR
modify its build file to add i8k option (if possible)
All the way at the end of this thread, someone put together a script that automates a bit of the build process for a custom kernel. That might make this task a little easier.
If you have changed the pkgbase name, according to the guide, you should also
All of these are way too complicated.
Get the package source, modify the config, and compile it.
yay -G linux-zen
sed -E -i 's/pkgrel=(.*)/pkgrel=\1.0/' PKGBUILD
echo "CONFIG_I8K=m" >> config
I don't know what I get wrong, it's the fourth time that I try (and yes, I've also followed your method, but I needed to pull it from github) but CONFIG_I8K is not enabled (in the config file IS enabled).
Also I must skip gpg signature check (even if I do
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