Contents for official LFS Boot CD

Chris Lingard chris at stockwith.co.uk
Thu Aug 12 02:54:31 PDT 2004


Kevin P. Fleming wrote:

> Jeremy Huntwork wrote:
> 
>> * Can you put the kernel .config file you used for both kernel versions
>> in /usr/src or something?  That will help nALFS as it needs one for the
>> profiles.
> 
> For any 2.6 kernels on the CD, just enable the config file showing up in
>   /proc (I can't remember the option, sorry). With that enabled, 'zcat
> /proc/config.gz' will give you the .config used to generate the running
> kernel.

The kernel configuration is i486, also every scsi thing is built in.
Every network or USB thing is a module

The point is that the boot CD's kernel is far removed from anything
normal.

Chris




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