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Kernel help: Compiling and Installing Linux 2.6

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This article will walk you through compiling and installing your new Linux 2.6 kernel....
Being able to compile, upgrade, modify and test new kernels is a useful skill to have. It's not that difficult @$151; Linux is designed to be modular, so you can plug in or remove bits as you need. A typical general-purpose Linux distribution lards the kernel with all kinds of things you'll never need, so you'll often see a performance gain after configuring and re-compiling your stock kernel.
 read more | mail this link | score:6610 | -Ray, March 16, 2004
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