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2 Oct 2019
I'm trying to compile my own kernel (namely, to try and disable CPU hotplugging).
I'm hitting a few roadblocks while compiling it.

I am following the Kernel Compilation guide from here: https://github.com/gemian/gemini-keyboard-a...rnelCompilation
with the Kernel configuration from here: https://www.mygnu.de/2019/03/modular-linux-...h-cutpaste-fix/

I have not yet made any changes to the kernel config, I'm trying to get a bootable kernel first before making modifications.

I tried building using the GCC in the Ubuntu package repositories: https://pastebin.com/dyKbRmQe
and using the Google GCC: https://pastebin.com/xrpWjDWt

Can anyone point out to me what I'm doing wrong to get the kernel built?

Thanks a lot!
26 Sep 2019
Hi there,

I'm currently trying to make the Gemini boot Debian from a microSD card, however I cannot seem to be able to figure out how the initramfs chooses the root partition and where I would need to make changes to allow the device to boot from the microSD.
Does anyone have any pointers?

Thanks a lot!

Best,
kenny
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