> > /lib/modules/<version>/.config is a big step up from the current situation
> > and I'm grateful. But I do want /proc/config.gz in the kernel.
> So cat it with a magic lead in after the bzImage gzip block into the bzImage.
> If you dont even know what file you are running for kernel you have other
> problems anyway
Hugh? kernel image is not neccessarily accessible from running system.
Example 1: machine booted from ethernet.
Example 2: velo where I boot from wince and vmlinux is lost in
I may have other problems, but config.gz would still be nice. (And:
how do you detect what kernel image corresponds to currently running
kernel even on normal system?)
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