Quick question for the list. First though, I just wanted to thank all of
the ilugers that answered my last query regarding trouble ticket websites.
I have downloaded and started using topic, so we'll see how things going
My current question... Is there any way to determine the file system path
to the currently running kernel? I.e. is there a setting in /proc or some
such place that will tell me from whence the current kernel was loaded? I
know that the default location should be
/boot but I can't find a vmlinuz kernel there. This is a system running
red hat as4.
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