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SubjectRe: Given an image, how can show its config?
Hi!

Keith Owens wrote:
>
> On Sat, 23 Sep 2000 11:33:31 +0200,
> Daniel Phillips <news-innominate.list.linux.kernel@innominate.de> wrote:
> >I'd just like to remind you of Alan Cox's suggestion about appending
> >.config.gz to bzImage so that it doesn't get loaded into memory, and
> >my suggestion to put System.map.gz there as well.
>
> I worry about anything that increases the on disk size of bzImage, even
> if the extra data does not get loaded into kernel memory.
>
You also have to consider filesize restrictions with some
network bootproms loading the kernel image with TFTP.

At least, that feature should be optional!

My 0,02 EUR...

- andreas

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