These days, we have complete automation of patching and compiling the kernel and 3rd-party drivers, plus automatic generation of the kernel source SFS and kernel binary PET package.
I have uploaded everything needed to compile the 220.127.116.11 kernel:
Us#er#na#me: pu#pp#y Pa#ss#wo#rd: li#nu#x
...that site has a readme file that explains usage.
A question was asked recently about my web page that explains how to compiled the kernel, whether it was still relevant. No, it is very dated. I have edited it:
Comments:Posted on 14 Sep 2011, 18:37 by scsijon
thanks for this
wow, what a change.
Posted on 15 Sep 2011, 13:37 by pemasu
Thank you of the 18.104.22.168 kernel. I have recompiled it for my quad core. Will build soon with woof puplet for using it. I enabled those which you had disabled, hyperthreading, automatic process group scheduling, etc...Otherwise about same. Vgaswithceroo I also left there. Maybe I test again, if it still freeze my ATI/Intel combo.
Lets see if it behaves for me. I read your post why you disabled those options.