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Re: building a custom kernel:IT WORKED

I read somewhere that although optimize for size will decrease the size of the kernel on the disk, not optimizing for size will increase the performance of the kernel, at least during the boot stage, as it won't be compressed and can be read without having to uncompress it first. Is this mistaken? If not, given the size of most hard disks, I'd rather have the kernel take up an extra few mb's in order to have a faster boot time. No?

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