Hi Gurus, In the section " Building and Installing a Custom kernel" it is stated that quote; 'The new kernel will be copied to the /boot/kernel directory as /boot/kernel/kernel and the old kernel will be moved to /boot/kernel.old/kernel'
Do I have to do this manually or it is done by the system automatically? Secondly, I am upgrading my FreeBSD system from FreeBSD RELENG_6_0 to RELENG_6_2 by cvsup. I want to do some changes in the kernel after updating. My question is is it necessary for me to 1. First make kernel according to RELENG_6_2 and then 2. Make requied changes in kernel (to include IPFW and some changes for Squid) Or I can do the above two steps in one single step. How? Regards __________________________________________________________ Yahoo! India Answers: Share what you know. Learn something new http://in.answers.yahoo.com/ _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"