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Re: [vox-tech] How to recompile kernel
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Re: [vox-tech] How to recompile kernel

It's not difficult, but is beyond the scope of what one
could easily say here.  Start with this:


Also note that Red Hat has sample .configs in 
/usr/src/linux/configs (assuming you have the kernel source
installed).  It's best to start with one of those and change
what you want.


-- Rod

On Friday 26 April 2002 11:58, Ehrhart, Jay wrote:
> I have Red Hat 7.2 on a server.  When I installed Red Hat I said no
> to the firewall option.  Now that the box is up and running I am
> trying to install ipchains.  However the kernel is not compiled for
> ipchains.  How do I recompile the kernel and add ipchains without
> reloading the box?
> Thanks,
> Jay

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