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problem in creating new image file
i have downloaded the new kernel 2.2.17 from
kernel.org, i have doen the following steps
1. removed the complete directory from
2. make menuconfig
3. make dep
4. make bzImage
5. make modules
6. copyied the bzimage to /boot
7. updated the lilo.conf
but the new image get hooked up, can some tell me
anything has to be doen. this urgent get back soon
--- Nick Hill <nikhilwiz@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> SGI has done some stuff on this. They have something
> called fam.
> See http://oss.sgi.com/projects/fam/ for more info.
> to quote the docs:
> fam was originally written for IRIX by Bruce Karsh
> in 1988-89. It was
> rewritten in 1995 by Bob Miller. Changes &
> bug-fixes for the open-
> source version were done by Roger Chickering, Wes
> Smith, and Rusty
> imon, the kernel portion, was written in 1989 by
> Wiltse Carpenter.
> The imon port to Linux was done by Roger Chickering.
> The inventors on
> the FAM patent are Wiltse Carpenter, Brendan Eich,
> Bruce Karsh, and Eva
> efm (E fileman) uses this as an alternative to the
> clumsy select/poll
> stuff. But, i think FreeBSD's kevent() is more
> flexible than fam, but
> On Mon, Nov 20, 2000 at 07:32:09PM -0800, Arun
> Sharma wrote:
> > There were some threads here about a user program
> getting notified
> > when a particular file was read or some kernel
> level event happened.
> > FreeBSD's implementation of kqueue/kevent
> accomplishes that task:
> > There was discussion on the linux-kernel too, but
> Linus trashed
> > the kevent API as being too cumbersome.
> > [ Search "Linus kevent" in:
> http://www.deja.com/home_ps.shtml ]
> > The intent of the kevent API was to provide
> alternatives to select/poll,
> > both of which are inefficient (O(n) scans) for
> large number of
> > handles/descriptors.
> > -Arun
> > ---------------------------------------------
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