About Kernel Compilation

cp cp at olympus.net
Tue May 13 20:03:26 PDT 2003

The handbook explains reconfiguring the kernel quite well. You would use
"the old way",
that it speaks of, when you finally take the last steps to make and install
the kernel. The
section of interest is:

Be sure you know how to boot from your old kernel prior to rebooting after
installing the
new one.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Abhijeet Anant Sane" <asane at sancharnet.in>
To: <freebsd-questions at freebsd.org>
Sent: Monday, May 12, 2003 10:21 PM
Subject: About Kernel Compilation

> hello,
> i am intrested in compiling a new kernel btw i am using freeBSD kernel 4.3
> can you please tell me how to go ahead with this .if possible please send
> the steps in a text file at my email address ( i will be very greatful ).
> mailto:asane at sancharnet.in
> ( stupid question : 1) can some on tell me where to download a detailed
> about the thread , light weight process and forked process  in the latest
> stable kernel
> :2) a comparitive study between  (linux and freeBSD kernels ) / ( freeBSD
> and netBSD)  )
> thanks in advance,
> abhijeet sane
> mailto:asane at sancharnet.in
> "Suppressed minds have no Freedom of Choice"
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