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but when i came up to make i get the flowing error
make: `arch/i386/kernel/asm-offsets.s' is up to date.
Kernel: arch/i386/boot/bzImage is ready
sh /home/paxmaster/program/kernel/linux-2.6.9/arch/i386/boot/install.sh 2.6.9 arch/i386/boot/bzImage System.map ""
Fatal: open /boot/vmlinuz.old: No such file or directory
make: *** [install] Error 1
make: *** [install] Error 2
i am flowing the slackware kernel forum, i have rename to .old and i have uncomment it
When you posted "too late i already compile 2.6.9", are you still working with 2.4.26 or are you working to get the 2.6.9 kernel to boot?
I have only worked with the 2.4 series of kernels.
With the 2.4.26 kernel, copy the bzImage in /boot, and give it a unique name.
then edit /etc/lilo.conf so that the name given to the kernel is set like the following:
image = /boot/name (this is the name you gave the kernel)
root = /dev/sdb3 (or where ever you have your root partition)
label = make up a name that will show up in the Lilo boot screen
run the command lilo after all this to set the changes in place.