Debian/Ubuntu: How to compile a Linux kernel on one machine and use on other machines (same architecture)?
I know how to do it on the same machine. But to use a compiled kernel other machines, is tricky for me.
I have done
But how about
sudo make modules_install install ?
This will install things to my current machine.
What is good practice to compile a kernel on a fast machine but use it on other slow/(or fast too) machines.
Otherwise I have to compile, install it every time, which is time consuming.
On Ubuntu webpage, there are ways to do similar thing. But it is only good for Ubuntu kernels. Not for upstream kernels.