5.2 where is /kernel.GENERIC
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Mon Dec 29 16:55:19 PST 2003
On Mon, 29 Dec 2003 19:31:27 -0500
"fbsd_user" <fbsd_user at a1poweruser.com> wrote:
> There is no kernel in the boot directory on my 5.2 RC2 system. There
> is an boot sub-directory named kernel that contains 150 files, one
> of them being kernel that's around the correct size to be the
> GENERIC binary kernel.
AFAIK this is all documented in the release notes of 5.x and/or
> Are you telling me that the kernel binary is moved from an easy
> uncluttered location in 4.9 of / to a location 2 directory levels
> and surrounded with a bunch of clutter?
> What king of stupid system design decision is that?
Why is it so stupid ?
> Is it possible this is an mistake?
> Should an problem report be make to point this error out the 5.2
> release team?
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