[ILUG] kernel compilation in SuSE 10.x.
cp.hennessy at openapp.ie
Wed Aug 15 17:12:40 IST 2007
On Wednesday 15 August 2007 16:53:29 Darragh Ó Héiligh wrote:
> I need some help with recompiling a kernel. I haven't done this in
> about two years and I'm really rusty.
Not too much has changed.
> I'm about to go off and find some documentation on doing this however
> I'm hoping that some of you may be able to help answer a question or
> All I really have to do is add a few modules to the kernel to make an
> application called speakup run. Unfortunately it only runs in kernel
> lets say I download the kernel source etc using yast, what is the
> command that I can use to copy the configuration that is currently in
> place? I.E, I want to ensure all the modules that are currently loded
> continue to lode when I compile the new kernel so I have exactly the
> same configuration as before.
Also read /usr/src/linux/README section "CONFIGURING the kernel"
> I know that the default kernel configuration that ships with distro's
> like SuSE isn't the most ideal in terms of system performance but for
> doing what I need it to do it will be perfect.
Not so sure about this.
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