Re: How to compile a kernel
On Thu, 6 Sep 2001, [iso-8859-1] Richard Barraclough wrote:
> Presumably I need to move the compiled kernel to the "Linux Kernels"
> folder on the Mac partition of the hard disc so that BootX can use it.
> But what is the new kernel file called?
It is in the top level of the kernel source directory, and it is called
vmlinux. Just copy it to your kernels folder and tell BootX to load it.
If you compiled the 3c59x driver as a module, you may then have to do
"modprobe <name of module>", or add it to /etc/modules.