speakup.i and ide-scsi conflict
toby at tjfisher.co.uk
Sat Dec 28 17:46:28 EST 2002
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On Thu, 26 Dec 2002, Kenny Hitt wrote:
> Hi. On most systems, you should have the config file for yur running
> kernel in /boot.
> It gets copied from the source tree or the boot floppie you used during
> the install. If you install your new kernel manually, you will have to
> copy the config file to /boot, but most automated installs copy it for
In addition, if you have the same oource version in /usr/src/linux as that
of the kernel you're currently running, you can recreate the kernel config
Then you can examine the file called .config in the top-level directory of
the source tree.
Toby Fisher Email: toby at tjfisher.co.uk
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