MYKERNEL is name of the custom kernel. If you want to build a new
kernel, you must give it some name, for example MYKERNEL. In handbook
you are advised to create a kernel "MYKERNEL" as a copy of kernel
"GENERIC":
# cd /usr/src/sys/i386/conf
# cp GENERIC MYKERNEL
Then you should edit MYKERNEL and so on as described in handbook.



xc> Hii!!
 
xc> In the chapter "9.3 Building and installing a custom kernel"
xc> of the freebsd handbook it's written that MYKERNEL is an example
xc> but I don't know how I can find that.
xc> In fact I don't know what MYKERNEL represents.
xc> Thanks for your help.
xc> XAV LE OUF

                
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