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"File System" under Fedora

Posted on 2006-07-11
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Hi, I am trying to follow the instruction below, but I don't know where is the the File System on my Fedora.

>>>Make sure you enable (set to 'y') the option "Inotify file change notification support (INOTIFY)" under "File Systems"<<<

Can someone tell me how to get to File Systems on my Fedora, thakns.
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It refers to configuring kernel sources before compiling new kernel.
Look for kernel compiling howto/guide in google - lots of guides...
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This is referring to the creation of the config file before you build your kernel in order to create a kernel with INOTIFY support. Here is a nice description of how to rebuild your kernel (the tutorial that I learnt from!):

http://www.digitalhermit.com/linux/Kernel-Build-HOWTO.html

You will find the location that you need to insert the yes in:

Device Drivers / Character Devices or File Systems

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