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slackbook:linux_kernel [2014/10/20 04:13 (UTC)]
nocturnal.slacker [Compiling A Kernel and Why to do So]
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nocturnal.slacker [Compiling A Kernel and Why to do So]
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-Here you can see that the new kernel I am compiling has added support+Here you can see that the new kernel I am compiling has added support
 for a new filesystem: ext4. //​oldconfig//​ has gone through my for a new filesystem: ext4. //​oldconfig//​ has gone through my
 original configuration,​ kept all the old options exactly as they were original configuration,​ kept all the old options exactly as they were
 set, and prompted me on what to do with new options. Typically it is set, and prompted me on what to do with new options. Typically it is
-save to choose the default option, but you may wish change this.+safe to choose the default option, but you may wish change this.
 //​oldconfig//​ is a very handy tool for presenting you with only //​oldconfig//​ is a very handy tool for presenting you with only
 new configuration options, making it ideal for users who simply have to new configuration options, making it ideal for users who simply have to

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