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kerenls: hand-rolled v. stock



i'm looking into grabbing a new kernel (because the one i'm using
doesn't appear to have the "soundcore" option either compiled in or as
a module -- can i fix this without updating kernels?).  the one i have
right now, i hand-rolled froum the 2.4.20 source.  i don't feel like
doing anothert one myself right now if i don't have to.

in general, is there much of an advantage to hand-rolling over
grabbing a stock kernel?  i feel like everything i probably want to
insert as a module (soundcore; usb; whatever) should be available in a
stock kernel.

thanks,

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