> >Here's the problem - how can I recompile the kernel using the existing
> >config and just add SCSI tape support (or am I already doing that and
> >just don't know) ? There is an option to load and save kernel configs,
> >but I can't seem to find any other than the one I saved.
>> go to /usr/src/linux-x.x.xx and type:
> make xconfig
> within x. then click on SCSI support and check that scsi support, disk AND
> tape are selected. You can save this config file here as well, by using
> Store Configuration to File and then Save and Exit.
> then "make dep" and away.
Before you do anything, change the EXTRAVERSION= line in the
Makefile. This way, when you do make modules_install, you
won't clobber your original modules (and possibly render
your machine unbootable).
And I'll post this message again in about 3 months...
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