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i have a doubt in kernel compliation.

we had make
make menuconfig
make dep
make clean
make bzImage

all these work fine , but make bzImage i get some error , i think so

but in make modules install

here we get error like
cpufreq.o file not found
and one more error

can any one help me , to get kernel compile

my e-mail id is : ravis@linux.net
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Try "make mrproper" instead of 1st "make"
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try doing a "make modules" before you do "make modules_install"
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make module_install depends on make modules  therefore gmake should automatically run make modules before running make module_install without you having to tell it to...
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troopern is right. Sorry willy134, there is no dependency relationship between any of the targets.
If you don't do everything in order, things go wrong.
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