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Re: /proc/config.gz support on? Why not?



On Wed, 2004-11-24 at 04:33 +0100, Alexander Dalloz wrote:
> Am Mi, den 24.11.2004 schrieb Sam Williams um 3:29:
> 
> > Why doesn't FC3 have the /proc/config.gz option turned on by default? 
> 
> The kernel config is to be found under /boot/. This is the case since
> FC1.
Right, but what happens if you accidentally delete some of the config files?
Why is it  a problem to check the /proc/config.gz option when the kernel
is built so the information can be extracted at any time from the running kernel?

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Sam Williams                                             samurai acm org
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