Kernel configuration file ignored?
I've just tried to compile and install a new kernel in FBSD 7.0.
However, the /boot/kernel.old/kernel and boot/kernel/kernel files are exactly the same size: 9219468 bytes.
This is what I did:
I edited a copy of the GENERIC kernel configuration file and named it P200MMX. It is in /usr/src/sys/i386/conf . (BTW, are numbers allowed in the configuration file name?)
Then I used the following commands:
I didn't notice any error messages in the whole process. The pc boots normally, but apparently not using P200MMX.
Any help is appreciated.
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