I need some help with recompiling a kernel. I haven't done this in
about two years and I'm really rusty.
I'm about to go off and find some documentation on doing this however
I'm hoping that some of you may be able to help answer a question or
All I really have to do is add a few modules to the kernel to make an
application called speakup run. Unfortunately it only runs in kernel
lets say I download the kernel source etc using yast, what is the
command that I can use to copy the configuration that is currently in
place? I.E, I want to ensure all the modules that are currently loded
continue to lode when I compile the new kernel so I have exactly the
same configuration as before.
I know that the default kernel configuration that ships with distro's
like SuSE isn't the most ideal in terms of system performance but for
doing what I need it to do it will be perfect.
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