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Re: What is a Kernel?

>>"Brian" == Brian May <bam@debian.org> writes:

 Brian> However, apparently for that to work, you have to start patching the
 Brian> kernel make file and ksym.c (is that file part of the kernel?), with a
 Brian> patch that "may not apply cleanly".

	ksym.c is in the klogd sources, and it may not be needed
 anymore (once I am sure it is not needed, I shall remove it from
 FLAVOURS.gz -- I haven't had time to check recently).

 Brian> IMHO: For flavours to work properly:

 Brian> - ideally it should be integrated in the upstream kernel source.

          It is. They call it EXTRAVERSIONS, I believe. 

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