Procedure 1. Building a kernel the ``traditional'' way

1.      Run config(8) to generate the kernel source code.

                # /usr/sbin/config MYKERNEL

that's how the handbook shows how to do it and this is how I did it

                #/usr/sbin/config GWYNETH <----| that's what I named my custom kernel

but I got this

                #config../../compile/GWYNETH:No such file or directory

that's what I got the first time, so, I tried again and got this

                ##config /GWYNETH:No such file or directory

what went wrong and is more info needed

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