On Wed, Aug 11, 2004 at 11:52:46PM +0200, Francois Lubbe wrote:
> I haven't compiled too many kernels in my time, but if I
> recall correctly, running make menuconfig in the
> kernel-source directory will bring up the kernel-compile
> settings of your last compile for that kernel-source. Now
> this does not help much if you compiled a couple of kernels
> after installation. But if you never compiled anything and
> it is the kernel-source directory of the kernel you
> installed/is running then make menuconfig should bring up
> the kernel configuration.
>> The make menuconfig configurator has an option to save the
> config file, use it.
This data can be conviently found at /usr/src/linux/.config
which doens't require libncurses to get at.
There's also a copy of your previous config at .config.old but this may not
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