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Re: Compiling a kernel without making a .deb package.



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On Wednesday 10 December 2003 20:35, H. S. wrote:
> So now if I use mrproper, I *always* save my .config to some other
> directory, in my case in a tmp in a user's home.
> ->HS

That's what I am doing for every kernel I compile, for every one of my
machines.

~/kernelconfigs/[hostname]/[kernelversion]/.config

I don't own that many machines though...
Makes it easy to downgrade kernels if I want to, keeping them doesn't hurt
much. Even if it might be nonsense to keep them all, it's good to have them
sometimes, especially on machines where keeping a whole kernel directory
would be wasting too much space.

- - Burkhard

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