Conor_D_Wynne at Dell.com
Wed Oct 15 12:05:00 CDT 2003
OK, go grab a kernel source from www.kernel.org or preferably your local
untar it to /usr/src and make a symlink so it appears as /usr/src/linux
make menuconfig or xconfig or simply config
Choose your hardware as best you can or use one of the default configs on a
standard redhat installation.
make dep clean bzImage modules modules_install
add a new kernel entry to your bootloader du jour [Grub / Lilo]
reboot and thats that.
For more info check out www.tldp.org or you local linux user group
>> Have you googled for "how to compile a kernel"
>> STFW before you post.
> whoa calm down, only a simple request for pointer from people who have
> obviously done it many times (bad day or something?)
> of course I have googled for the info, but the pages I've found were a
> little on the vague side and I am a relative newbie to all this
> sorry to have ruffled your feathers
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