Any faster way to compile the kernel?
I am new to linux kernel and now doing some modifications to arch/i386/kernel/entry.S. The basic idea is to add some jump instructions which will jump to my trap functions defined in foo.c at the same directory.
I know the most straight forward way to compile the kernel is (I am using Fedora Core 3):
make menuconfig (or make oldconfig)
Since my test machine is really slow (it's a PII 333 :( ), I really want to know if there is a faster way to compile the kernel? Because my modification each time is relatively small, such compilation really slows me down too much!!
Thanks a lot. Merry Christmas!