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On Wednesday 02 January 2002 16:15, David Golden wrote:
> On Wednesday 02 January 2002 21:25, Lionel Bouton wrote:
> it and
>
> > search it in numerous places : with or without `-uname -r` appended (at
> > least in / /boot /usr/src/linux).
> >
> :-( Pity it apparently doesn't search
>
> /boot/`uname -r`/System.map
>
> That way the /boot/kernelver/* scheme (see previous post) would work...

That would be nice. I used to have my own personal system and hacked version
of klogd that had a /boot/kernels directory, but in it I still maintained the
old (cumbersum) naming convention. I *like* this idea. A lot.

/boot/`uname -r`/{System.map,bzImage,.config}

So, what's it take to make it a "standard"?

-Nick
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