Compiling my kernel
greg at romuald.net.eu.org
Thu Jun 10 15:38:17 EDT 2004
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Just to add again to what Chuck has said, you may want to look at
/proc/pci, I find this more useful then lspci myself, that's just a
matter of personal taste though.
On Thu, Jun 10, 2004 at 03:33:07PM -0400, Chuck Hallenbeck wrote:
> On disk 1 of the Slackware CD set there is a directory called
> "kernels" in which there is a directory for each supplied
> precompiled kernel. In "kernels/speakup.s" you will find what you
> are looking for.
> To see your network card chip set, you might find it using
> "lspci", perhaps with -v, perhaps even with -v twice.
> The Moon is Waning Crescent (40% of Full)
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