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this is my first thread so forgive me for my mistakes ,
i was copying file on the boot directory , it says
The path to the kernel image may vary depending on the platform being used. The following command assumes an
What guide/book are you using? Link please! Also as I understand you are trying to do a custom kernel compilation? What distro are you using and why you need the custom kernel? Also what does that LFS 6.3 mean? And finally WHY are you dealing with 2.6.22 kernel, that is a VERY old kernel, first it is 2.6 series (we have 3.7 already) and second, the most current 2.6 series is 2.6.39 if I remember correctly and even that is more than a year old.
@firstname.lastname@example.org: Depending on your architecture (32/i386 or 64/x86_64) the kernel image is either created in arch/i386/boot/ or arch/x86_64/boot/ for this kernel (things have changed for the new 3.x kernels ).
BTW: wigry is correct in stating that all this is very old. Why didn't you build the current stable LFS?
PS: I've asked a moderator to move this thread to the LFS sub-forum.
LFS is quite interesting choice for a apparently relatively new Linux user. Too many ways to get your fingers burned but provides massive amount of experience and unfortunately frustration and disappointment but eventually pays off I guess.