hans steegers wrote...
> Build cipe, without installing, and you will find
> cipcb.o en ciped-cb in the subdirectory
> and pkcipe in the subdirectory
> A simple script can do the job, building, moving and
> tarballing the results.
Thus re-inventing 'make install', including some install, mkdir, chmod
and program invocations (rsa-keygen). Should work, but Makefiles have been
invented to do this for me. I'd rather chroot than doing that.
> Another option is a symlink 'linux' in /usr/src/
> pointing to the linux source tree to use, for example:
> linux -> 2_4_21-XFS/linux
I'm doing this anyway, and also some scripts that allow me to switch from
working on hafer-2.4.21 to distel-2.4.19.