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[Xen-users] Using local Linux source code

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  • From: Ronaldo Zacarias Afonso <ronaldoafonso@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2009 12:46:11 -0300
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I'm trying to install Xen for the first time and I'd like to know if I
can specify the Linux source code to be compiled steady of downloading
one? As the Xen installation process?
In the Xen source code directory I issued:

make dist

So, it tried to download a Linux kernel. I don't want it, I want to
specify the Linux source code to be compiled. Something like:

make dist

Is there any way to do that?


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