I am installing kernel in my ubuntu but getting an error

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make[1]: *** No rule to make target 'debian/canonical-revoked-certs.pem' , needed by certs/x509_revocation_list'. STOP. make: ***[Makefile:1851:certs] Error 2

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Doug Smythies avatar
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see [here]( and [here]( Do this: `scripts/config --disable SYSTEM_REVOCATION_KEYS`
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What version Ubuntu? What kernel? Where did you get this kernel? When/how do you see this error? Details...
karel avatar
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Does this answer your question? [Compiling the kernel 5.11.11](
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I just copy the answer from @Doug and the problem fixed:
scripts/config --disable SYSTEM_REVOCATION_KEYS

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