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SubjectRe: A simple question.
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On 07 May 2001 11:29:56 -0400, Hai Xu wrote:
> After I compile and upgrade to a newer Kernel, do I need to copy the
> System.map from /usr/src/linux/ to /boot/System-xxxx and link it to
> System.map

yes, you do. but System.map is only needed to do symbol lookups, for
times like debugging.

note most distributions link /boot/System.map to the correct System.map
(in boot) on startup. if your's does not, its a simple script:

ln -sf /boot/System.map-`uname -r` /boot/System.map


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Robert M. Love
rml@tech9.net
rml@ufl.edu

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