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On 02/07/2010 11:24, Rhia Knowles wrote:
A friend of mine once built his own kernel from the ground up, and called the distro Phuqnose (apologies to those of a delicate disposition). When asked what he intended to call it, he replied..... yes well you can fill in the gaps :) It did not go well, but it *was* funny :)Someone on the list mentioned they compiled their own Kernels, possibly Gordon. I tried this once when I was just starting out with Linux (I was trying to install Gentoo) and decided I needed more guidance if I didnt want to go the Microsoft route and produce the most bloated thing I could. This laptop is looking like it's going to need a custom Kernel if I want to keep it up to date, so I'm wondering if anyone has a guide to the modules so I can read through and decide which bits I do and dont need?
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