> Only for stand-alone machines which only ever compile and run one
> kernel. You don't need a data center to violate that, you just need
> the fairly usual three-boxes home network (one of which is mainly a
> router/firewall which has no development environment if only for
> security reasons, or because it's a scavenged '486).
Er, if it has no development environment, why are you bitching about the
fact that it's not possible to compile kernel modules on it?
The box which holds your firewall's kernel source can be used to compile
extra out-of-tree modules. The directory /lib/modules/`uname -r`/build,
while a reasonable _default_ for out-of-tree modules to use, should
generally be overridable with a directory specified by yourself.
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