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RE: kernel compile for ide modules

> I have tried compiling my kernel twice now, but the ide modules that 
> would appear in modconf don't show up. What do I need to check?


At least, I think it is /ide

> And by the way, if I just download a kernel and install it, it will 
> have all the modules with it. Surely there's a command that can be 
> issued when compiling a kernel such that it just 
> automatically includes 
> all the modules.  What command would that be?

You are use make-kpkg? I recommend it. When you install the kernel-package,
it will automatically handle the modules for you, giving you lots of
warnings if there is an old modules directory there.

hth and good luck!

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