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11<title>Timezone</title> 11<title>Timezone</title>
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92<title>Introduction</title> 92<title>Introduction</title>
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95<p> 95<p>
96Manually configuring a kernel is often seen as the most difficult course every 96Manually configuring a kernel is often seen as the most difficult procedure a
97Linux users ever has to go through. Nothing is less true -- after configuring a 97Linux users ever has to perform. Nothing is less true -- after configuring a
98couple of kernels you don't even remember that it was difficult ;) 98couple of kernels you don't even remember that it was difficult ;)
99</p> 99</p>
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102However, one thing <e>is</e> true: you must know your system when you start 102However, one thing <e>is</e> true: you must know your system when you start
270<comment>(For 2.6 kernel)</comment> 270<comment>(For 2.6 kernel)</comment>
271# <i>make &amp;&amp; make modules_install</i> 271# <i>make &amp;&amp; make modules_install</i>
272</pre> 272</pre>
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274<p> 274<p>
275When the kernel is done compiling, copy over the kernel image to 275When the kernel has finished compiling, copy the kernel image to
276<path>/boot</path>. In the next example we assume you have configured and 276<path>/boot</path>. In the next example we assume you have configured and
277compiled <c>vanilla-sources-2.4.24</c> (which may not be the right kernel for 277compiled <c>vanilla-sources-2.4.24</c> (which may not be the right kernel for
278your architecture!): 278your architecture!):
279</p> 279</p>
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