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Date:      Sun, 28 Jan 2007 14:26:30 +0000 (GMT)
From:      dharam paul <exiaf_radar_guy38@yahoo.co.in>
To:        freebsd <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Noob: Kernek Compile Question
Message-ID:  <20070128142631.3485.qmail@web8913.mail.in.yahoo.com>

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Hi Gurus,
In the section " Building and Installing a Custom
kernel" it is stated that 
quote;
'The new kernel will be copied to the /boot/kernel
directory as /boot/kernel/kernel and the old kernel
will be moved to /boot/kernel.old/kernel'

Do I have to do this manually or it is done by the
system automatically?

Secondly, I am upgrading my FreeBSD system from
FreeBSD RELENG_6_0 to RELENG_6_2 by cvsup.

I want to do some changes in the kernel after
updating. My question is is it necessary for me to    
1. First make kernel according to RELENG_6_2 
    and then
2. Make requied changes in kernel (to include IPFW and
 some changes for Squid)
Or
I can do the above two steps in one single step. How?

Regards


		
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