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Re: current kernel config?

> How do I find the current kernel configuration in the Indy 2.2.5-15
> kernel? Would it be /usr/src/linux/arch/i386/defconfig ? I know that is
> the default kernel config, but is it the *current* config supplied by
> Red Hat (or Jean if he re-complied)? I have not changed anything.

Latest Indy uses 2.2.11

> I need to know weather scsi-emulation is compiled directly into the
> kernel or supported as a module. If it is the latter, I beleive I need
> to recompile the kernel adding scsi-emulation by directly compiling it

If irt ia amodule you don't need to recompile the kernel

> into the kernel to make my ATAPI CD-RW work with cdrecord (xcdroast)
> but I don't want the break the current config. If the defconfig is
> correct, scsi-emulation is a module.

far better  is look /proc/devices

> This is information I'm getting from the README.ATAPI in the
> xcdroast-0.96e install (I downloaded the newest version for ATAPI
> support). Dose anyone know of a better way?

			Jean Francois Martinez

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