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george anzinger wrote (Samstag, 1. Dezember 2001 02:51):
> "Garst R. Reese" wrote:
> > Would it possible to put a header on System.map indicating the
> > kernel version?
> > Sometimes my little brain forgets what kernel System.old is for.
> > Thanks, Garst
> > -
>
> Just name it: System.map.2.4.16-xx (where xx is the build number)
> This is easy to automate in your install script. Then real system
> map is "ln -s"ed to the correct file.

If you have multiple kernels in /boot, name it System.map-2.x.xx-xxxx
and let booting kernel decide on his own which map to take. No need for
a symlink. If there's a /boot/System.map the kernel will ignore all the
other maps.

Thomas.
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