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Re: config file for current kernel

Hi Kapil,

the config files of currently installed kernels can also be found in the same directory as the kernel images (usually /boot). Provided that you made the kernel using make-kpkg and dpkg -i .

HTH, Joachim

On Sun, Apr 21, 2002 at 05:58:12AM -0700, Kapil Khosla wrote:
> Hi,
> I normally have to recompile my kernel a number of times.
> Obviously , the .config file in /usr/src/linux gets overwritten and I lose my old .config file. I know I can save it by a unique name but 
> is there a command/utility which I could use to know the configuration of the current running kernel ?
> Thanks
> Kapil

Joachim Fahnenmüller
Lehrer für Mathematik und Physik

Kattowitzer Straße 52
51065 Köln

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