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SubjectRe: Linux Servers comparison with Windows 2003 servers for Gaming
Mihai Donțu wrote:
> On Friday 15 June 2007 17:35, you wrote:
>> E.g. I have a laptop Toshiba M45-S355 (with ReiserFS) and don't have
>> experience to choose what I can remove from kernel (or compile as
>> module/built-in).
>
> Well, here are some steps:
> 1. boot an Ubuntu livecd
> 2. lspci && lsmod and see what it has detected/loaded
> 3. cd /usr/src/linux && make menuconfig
> 4. read the help for each "set" option and see what it does (like many
> people did in the early days). If you don't find it useful, press N.

One more detail: Is better put this modules listed in lsmod as "built-in"?

One doubt, in my lsmod I see sd_mod, cdrom, intel_agp, sg, pcmci_core,
agppart, snd_page_alloc, and some others, but they didn't listed in
.config file

E.g.
#cat config_2.6.21.1.txt | grep -i sd_mod
Result is empty!
Best regards,
Renato
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