Re: Root symlink to /boot/vmlinuz
On Fri, 2002-03-01 at 23:29, Craig Dickson wrote:
> Dumb question: why does Debian like to have a symlink, /vmlinuz,
> pointing to the kernel image in /boot? Does some program depend on being
> able to find the kernel at /vmlinuz? Would something break if I simply
> deleted this symlink?
> I ask because I install kernels by hand, and I use a naming scheme for
> my kernels that tells me what they are and when they were built, e.g.
> vmlinuz-2.4.18-ac2-020226 is a 26 Feb 2002 build of 2.4.18-ac2. This
> means I have to go change the /vmlinuz symlink every time I install a
> new kernel, and I'm wondering if I can safely just delete the link and
> never bother with it again.
me thinks you would like make-kpkg (kernel-package)