Linux - Can I add my own precompiled kernel interfaces to a .run file?

Answer ID 135
Published 11/08/2004 02:25 PM
Updated 02/25/2008 10:48 AM

Linux - Can I add my own precompiled kernel interfaces to a .run file?


Yes, the "--add-this-kernel" .run file option will unpack the .run

file, build a precompiled kernel interface for the currently running

kernel, and repackage the .run file, appending "-custom" to the file

name.  This may be useful, for example. if you administer multiple

Linux machines, each running the same kernel.

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