So here we are, the morning after part one took place, and I’ve got two shiny new .deb packages waiting for installation.
When we left off, I had just issues the make command and headed to sleep for the evening. The kernel build actually didn’t take as long as I had feared:
The next steps from here are to actually install the new kernel:
We are now ready to reboot and take the new kernel for a test drive:
To be continued…
Update, Five Minutes Later
Well, after the reboot things came up fine (no kernel panic, thankfully!). Once the system was running, I verified that the new kernel was in place:
In the next Capsicum related post, we’ll write some small programs to test the capabilities API!