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Kernel Customerization in FreeBSD

Posted on 1998-06-19
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I have a question on regards to FreeBSD. I would like to make some custom modifications to the Kernel; however, I have install the /usr/src/sys to the FreeBSD box. I found the GENERIC kernel where I can make modifications; however, it doesn't contain the previous Kernel setup that I made to the Kernel during installation. Is there such a file?? so I can bring the previous setup and make modifications.

Many Thanks.
-=Terence=-
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You might have better luck in the unix-general group, rather than the linux-general group (this one).  Most Linux hackers avoid BSD :)
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If I undertstand the question right, just use the "-c" option next time you boot.

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