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kernel-farm =========== kernel-farm is a collection of tools to set up multiple Linux kernel source trees and test external drivers against them. Installation ------------ If using a checked out version, run "autoreconf -i". Run "./configure; make install" (see INSTALL file for details). If using a packaged version, install the package. Review the contents of farm.conf. If you need to change anything, create a file named .farmrc in your home directory and change the parameters as needed. Workflow -------- - Run farm-checkout to check out the source trees. - Run farm-patch to apply patches to the kernel sources. - Optionally run farm-hardlink to reclaim some disk space (on the scale of several gigabytes). It can take several hours run. - Run "farm-config x86_64" or/and "farm-config i386" to create configured build trees. Those should take much less disk space than the sources, as the kernels are not compiled, except a few files needed to support module build. - Change directory to the source of the module to test. Run farm-compile. The testing progress will be shown. - Examine Log* files manually and with farm-warnings. kernel-farm specifically recognizes MadWifi and ndiswrapper sources and suppresses building userspace utilities, as it's pointless to compile them multiple times.