[SOLVED] where can i find configuration file of linux ??
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I want to see what is the configuration of my Wind River Linux (actually I want to see what modules are installed in it when it was built). I can't find the configuration file . Can any one tell me where i can find it?
any help would be appreciated.
If the kernel source is provided by the distribution, then it should be kept in /usr/src/linux. In there, you will be able to find everything. The configuration file, I believe, is at /usr/src/linux/.config.
i am not trying to compare the modules, i want to check for a Ethernet module for my NIC's. because when i built the kernel i included modules for E100 and E10 family of intel(as i remember), and right now the kernel is not detecting the NIC, that is why i want to check whether i included the module for 1GB family of intel NIC's or not. Also i want some other information about the current configuration.
thanks for your response, and I apologize for being late. I guess I solved it, actually when I was building the kernel I did not included the module required for the intel 1000 family. I included it now, let see it works or not.