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Re: Kernel Configurations

On Tue, 3 Feb 1998 17:09:13 -0400 (AST), you wrote:

>	In my haste, I deleted the digest which brings up this question,
>however, within the last few days someone asked how to tell how a debian kernel
>is configured.
>	In /usr/src/kernel-source-2.0.xx (in my case 30 (soon to be 32)) there
>is a file named .config .  In it are all the options specified when I ran
>"make" to configure it in the first place.

Can this file be used with another kernel?  Say I have the .config form 2.0.29,
and I want to build 2.02.33 with the same options.  Can I just cp the file to
the new source directory?  Do I have to run make config again and accept all the


Dale P. Smith
Cleveland Linux Users Group: http://cleveland.lug.net/

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