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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2.4.23-pre1] /proc/ikconfig support
On Tuesday 26 Aug 2003 23:33, Matthias Andree wrote:
> Precedent: admin at a site changes, original .config was snatched from
> some other machine, and kernel sources have been removed from $NOTEBOOK
> because space was tight... In such cases, a config store is pretty
> handy. Extract, make oldconfig, there you go.

Or, as happened with me on SuSE kernels (which had/have a similar arrangement
patched in) -- your distro ships with a precompiled kernel, you download a
new one from, and you can configure it very quickly to match what
you've already got. Far quicker than starting from scratch.


"It's the small gaps between the rain that count,
and learning how to live amongst them."
-- Jeff Noon
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