Currently I am working on a system similar to my NVIDIA packages for building MKI enabled kernels. Unfortunately, MKI is a patch to the kernel source and not a module that can be built afterwards. So no matter what the system will not be as automated as the NVIDIA building. Nevertheless I think it will be a worthy effort.
For the time being I have posted my patch against Red Hat's 2.4.3-12 kernel. I am not entirely sure about the correctness of this patch. It has been working since I booted it on 2001 July 18 and I have experienced no lockups or crashes in that time and have used Win4Lin quite a bit. However I have no ISA devices in my computer so I am not sure if I screwed something up for PNPBIOS (although I don't think so).
So without further ado: Kernel-Win4Lin2-dfe-2.4.3-12.patch
Update 2001 Aug 04: Tossed my vmlinuz and System.map (i686) along with a brief description of how to install (INSTALL) into kernel-2.4.3-12win4lin.i686.tar.gz
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