According to Hunt, Bryan:
>> I could use a way to get that info, I'm running a dell inspiron with
> fussy sound chip config, any time that I recompile the kernel I seem to
> lose sound support, it would be nice to see what way red hat made the kernel
>> lsmod would tell me what modules there were but how would I find out what
> was compiled straight into the distro kernel ?
RedHat put their kernel configs into /usr/src/linux-*/configs (IIRC) so
you can see exactly what's been set up. If they're not there, you may
need to install kernel-headers or kernel-source, or you can go look
for the files on the net.
waider at dspsrv.com / Chances are I'm not at home right now.
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