On Sunday 05 December 2010, Greg Heinrich wrote:
> I would like to know if there is an easy way to create a
> linux-headers-xxx package out of my own kernel tree? What I'm looking
> for is something similar to e.g. the Debian package
> linux-headers-2.6.32-5-r4k-ip22. This does not have to be a Debian
> package by the way, a simple tgz would do.
> The reason I want to create that kind of package is I need to be able
> to share my kernel configuration and headers so that a colleague would
> then be able to build external kernel modules for my kernel image.

I don't think there is any easy way for this. The best way to do what
you want is to get the drivers upstream and build everything as part
of the regular kernel build process. If the code quality is not up
to the mainline standards, please have a look at the procedure for
getting it into drivers/staging.


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