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Re: source for kernel instruction



For Debian user, I suggest install kernel-packge and read
/usr/doc/kernel-package/README.gz

then in /usr/src/linux

Do what README suggest.

Chanop

Once upon a time, I heard Beavis say

> the directions to compile a new kernel suck!
> 
> this link has inaccurate information
> http://www.linuxhelp.net/guides/lyte/kernel.phtml
> 
> there is no instruction to make as86 or make install
> 
> anyone know of a good source for directions to compile and load a new kernel?

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