I have never yet compiled a new kernel in Fedora, but now I need to customize my kernel.
I read the guide. Of the various variants described here, I tried the first, as probably the most common.
After cloning of the kernel git repository
fedpkg clone -a kernel
git switch -c origin/f39
the guide proposed to make the necessary changes, and then compile the kernel and assemble packages:
- Make whatever changes or customizations you need.
In the cloned directory, I found many different configuration files, similar to .config.
At the same time, I unfortunately did not find the source code of the kernel, and the ability to reconfigure the kernel by running, for example,
make menuconfig (not a single
Is this method designed to configure the kernel and build it from sources?
If yes, how I can make changes to the kernel configuration here, and then compile it?