Instead of creating the entire Linux kernel and building all of its many modules, you can build and install specific modules or sub-directories.
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Something that has really irritated me over the last few days was in Debian squeeze I was unable to get a login dialog despite the greeter background being visible. What made this worse was if I did several reboots and played around with VMware autofits... it would sometimes work!
In the end I just enabled lightdm
aptitude install lightdm
See these links for more info
Recently I was looking to compile my own kernel that has a few custom patches. Here is how I did it.
Determine your kernel version by running:
From time to time at work we have used ezxml, but unfortunately not as a shared object to reduce space. Here is a tarball that contains the original makefiles (as .bak) and a new Makefile that will produce a .so and install it
To install it
Using Debian squeeze, I setup a bridge between two interfaces (eth1 and eth2) using the following instructions. Note that eth0 is the management interface.
Install bridge utils
sudo apt-get install bridge-utils
sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces
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