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  1. Possibility to build more kernels in one shot?

    Hello,

    currently I compile kernel for 12 different machines. I would like to see
    profile support in kernel, so I could have all my .configs in source and
    compile them in one shot. and than see in profile directory subdirectories
    for every config with it's vmlinuz and modules.

    I think it would speedup also compilation time because some .o should be than
    reuse.

    Thanks a lot for reply

    Michal
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  2. Re: Possibility to build more kernels in one shot?

    On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 08:01:14AM +0100, CIJOML wrote:
    > currently I compile kernel for 12 different machines. I would like to see
    > profile support in kernel, so I could have all my .configs in source and
    > compile them in one shot. and than see in profile directory subdirectories
    > for every config with it's vmlinuz and modules.


    Write a script, shouldn't take more than 15 min including testing.
    And use "make O=".

    > I think it would speedup also compilation time because some .o should be than
    > reuse.


    Very optimistic hope. Use ccache(1) if you want .o reuse.
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