A quick guide for repairing your kernel from a live CD
Posted on: 10/05/2004 08:27 PM

OSNews has published a quick guide for repairing your kernel from a live CD

GNU/Linux, and all other operating systems, are based around a kernel which controls hardware access and maximizes CPU and RAM efficiency by controlling when and how much programs get to use. The difference between Linux and most other operating systems (closed source ones at least BSD and other open source OS's you can do this with) is that you can compile the kernel to meet your needs.

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