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SubjectRe: Linux Kernel Information & Install Kernel Script
Perhaps, however I began ik in December 2000.
No /sbin/installkernel existed at the time.
And /sbin/installkernel doesn't support grub on my rh72 box.
Nor does it check dependencies, etc, etc.

"H. Peter Anvin" wrote:

> Followup to: <3C6267B7.30A3020D@starband.net>
> By author: Justin Piszcz <war@starband.net>
> In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
> >
> > New site: http://www.installkernel.com/
> > It is very light at the moment.
> >
> > 1] Latest news about the kernel:
> > http://www.installkernel.com/kernel.html
> > Anything else I should add under 2.4.17?
> >
> > 2] Install Kernel (bash script which I am working on)
> > http://www.installkernel.com/ik/index.html
> > ik-0.8.9: Adds -b option, you can build and install the kernel from
> > the current directory with -b.
> > Summary of ik:
> > Install Kernel (ik) is a bash script that installs the Linux kernel
> > and automatically sets up LILO or GRUB.
> > It also saves your kernel configuration each time you do an install.
> > This allows you to restore the newest
> > configuration file when you make a new kernel. This script is
> > intended for two groups of people; people
> > new to compiling kernels, and people who are tired of moving files
> > around and editing their bootloader
> > configurations every time they install a new kernel.
> >
>
> Sounds like you should make this work as /sbin/installkernel.
>
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