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SubjectRe: How to compile on one machine and install on another?
Alan Cox wrote:

>>I am trying to compile the 2.2.19 kernel one one machine for installation
>>on another. I believe I need to do more than just copy over bzImage and
>>modify lilo.conf, but I don't know what. Is there documentation somewhere
>>on how to do this? Thanks.
> Other than making sure you configure it for the box it will eventually run
> on - nope you have it all sorted. If you use modules you'll want to install
> the modules on the target machine too

On a related note... is also necessary? Anyone care to explain

what does? I have noticed that my kernel works with or
without that file, but just figured it was a good question to ask in
this thread.

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