Last time, I emailed to linux-kernel and kernenewbies mailing-lists
about how to speed up kernel compilation. I received very useful peace
of advice about using "ccache". Now I want to modify and compile a
unique custom kernel several times.
I used https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Kernel/Compile to compile
custom kernel. This tutorial uses "kpkg" command to build kernel and
it produces two .deb files: "linux-image" and "linux-header" as
So for the first time I followed this tutorial.
For next times, according to to experts' advice, I use "make all" in
custom kernel root directory to rebuild kernel. I am not sure that it
would be enough to use changed kernel after rebooting. As I asked from
some experts, It is also required to install kernel again, but they
were not familiar with "kpkg" and "dbkg",... commands for kernel
Should I use "dbkg" command after every time I rebuild kernel, for
If anybody is familiar with these method of kernel installation,
please help me. It is very urgent, because it is related to my B.S.
Computer Engineering Department
Sharif University of Technology
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