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113couple of kernels you don't even remember that it was difficult ;) 113couple of kernels you don't even remember that it was difficult ;)
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117However, one thing <e>is</e> true: you must know your system when you start 117However, one thing <e>is</e> true: you must know your system when you start
118configuring a kernel manually. Most information can be gathered by viewing the 118configuring a kernel manually. Most information can be gathered by emerging
119contents of <path>/proc/pci</path> (or by using <c>lspci</c> if available). You 119pciutils (<c>emerge pciutils</c>) which contains <c>lscpi</c>. You will now
120be able to use <c>lspci</c> within the chrooted environment. You may safely
121ignore any <e>pcilib</e> warnings (like pcilib: cannot open
122/sys/bus/pci/devices) that <c>lspci</c> throws out. Alternatively, you can run
123<c>lscpi</c> from a <e>non-chrooted</e> environment. The results are the same.
120can also run <c>lsmod</c> to see what kernel modules the Installation CD uses 124You can also run <c>lsmod</c> to see what kernel modules the Installation CD
121(it might provide you with a nice hint on what to enable). 125uses (it might provide you with a nice hint on what to enable).
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125Now go to your kernel source directory and execute <c>make menuconfig</c>. This 129Now go to your kernel source directory and execute <c>make menuconfig</c>. This
126will fire up an ncurses-based configuration menu. 130will fire up an ncurses-based configuration menu.

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