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Linux Kernel HOWTO

This is a detailed guide to kernel configuration, compilation, upgrades, and troubleshooting for ix86-based systems.
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  • Submitted on: 2008-04-26 20:52:36

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Some of the examples in this document assume that you have GNU tar,
find, and xargs. These are quite standard; this should not cause
problems. It is also assumed that you know your system's filesystem
structure; if you don't, it is critical that you keep a written copy
of the mount command's output during normal system operation (or a
listing of /etc/fstab, if you can read it). This information is
important, and does not change unless you repartition your disk, add a
new one, reinstall your system, or something similar.    More detail...

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