According to Dave Airlie:
>> does RH put a config in /boot at all? ... some distribs do ..
>> usually though RH compiled kernels are under-optimised to run on more
> platforms and have a load of unneeded stuff on them .. so your best bet is
> to figure out what devices you have and pick them as modules.. or maybe
> just module everything you can (except IDE/ext2 of course)..
RedHat usually installs a kernel that's at least optimised for your chip
level - i.e. i386/586/686. If you install the kernel-source package, you'll
find configuration info in /usr/src/linux/configs. The RedHat default seems
to already modularise pretty much everything, too.
waider at dspsrv.com / Chances are I'm not at home right now.
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