Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be a way of doing it on a running kernel
... although if you have a RedHat kernel source RPM (not the .srpm ...
although ...) it should be easy enough to extract the config from that ...
(including the patches etc)
> -----Original Message-----
> 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
>> lsmod would tell me what modules there were but how would I find out what
> was compiled straight into the distro kernel ?
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