Re: kernel question
"JACKSON, DEAN" wrote:
> Help my hard drive has sustained very large physical damage. it boots sort
> of. as I use a multi processor system I would like to keep my kernel (it was
> a pain to configure)
> what is the best way of backing up my kernel? and restoring it!
> Dean Jackson
> email email@example.com
> Telephone 01908 251474
> <<Dean Jackson (E-mail).vcf>>
generate your kernel as a debian package (make-kpkg or kernellab).
Then you can save and install the kernel with dpkg.