[Solved] How to add LZMA compression in Kernel

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By rootdefyxt320, Senior Member on 11th March 2014, 11:56 PM
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I tried to configure compression method to use LZMA in make menuconfig to compile a custom kernel. When I compile it I get errors regarding to compile zImage which is probably due to missing drivers for LZMA compression. I'm using Fedora 20 64 bit and have java jdk 7. How do I add patches into my kernel source to have LZMA compression?


How to add LZMA compression in Ubuntu:

sudo apt-get install lzma

and in Fedora:

sudo yum -y install lzma
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