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Old 11-22-2009, 02:34 AM
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Default Configuring PCBSD kernel
All,

Can somebody provide me with some tips on how to configure the PCBSD kernel. I have configured the FreeBSD kernel in the past (also worked well), but still consider myself a newbie when it comes to this. I love PCBSD, but am thinking of how to make it better. Cant seem to find where the kernel conf file is in the system. Am assuming that PCBSD makes some changes in the core system as it builds on top of FreeBSD. Also would appreciate any sample kernel configs that you can share so that I know what to watch out for as i get into this.

Thank you very much in advance.

Rgds
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Default Re: Configuring PCBSD kernel
1. Sofware & Updates > System Components> Source Code (FreeBSD SC) -> install
2. Follow chapter 8 on FreeBSD Handbook
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