Compile Kernel Question
lonnie at outstep.com
Mon Oct 31 15:39:52 PST 2005
Actually I did read over that information in the handbook but it only
seems to go into detail on mounting a CDROM and then installing the sources.
It does not tell me how, or where to download the sources over the net
or if there is some pkg way to get the sources. That is why I have sent
these messages to the forum for additional help.
Robert Slade wrote:
>On Mon, 2005-10-31 at 21:35, Lonnie Cumberland wrote:
>>I am new to FreeBSD but have a lot of Linux experience so I think that
>>the migration should not be too difficult.
>>The reason that I am investigating FreeBSD is because I hear that it
>>performs GREAT under heavy loads and many larger ISP are using it
>>without fail. In my experience, Linux, although a great OS, seems to bog
>>down under heavy loading. I could be wrong though and it could have just
>>been to misconfiguration on my part.
>>Well, I have a base installation of FreeBSD 4.11 which is needed for a
>>particular project but now need to compile the kernel to support QUOTA's.
>>My question is how do I install the sources over the web so that I can
>>compile the kernel to support quotas?
>>The FreeBSD docs tell a little, but mostly assume that you have the
>>sources already on the system to compile which I do not have and need to
>>If some one could please give me a little guidance then I would greatly
>>Thanks in advance,
>It's is the handbook see
>It tell you how to install the source at the beginning.
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