When running 'config-kernel --output-dir=/var/tmp/kernel-output/2.6.8' it sets an environment variable:
Which doesn't seem to be picked up by the kernel compiler.
The only way I've been able to output my kernel to another location, is by changing this variable to:
Unsure if this has been done on purpose and I just havn't configured it properly or if someone has messed up. Sorry if it's on my side.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. config-kernel --output-dir=/var/tmp/kernel-output/2.6.8
2. sudo env-update && source /etc/profile
A environment variable KBUILD_OUTPUT_PREFIX="/var/tmp/kernel-output/2.6.8" is
Environment variable KBUILD_OUTPUT="/var/tmp/kernel-output/2.6.8" created.
No longer in portage, irrelevant bug.