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Old 06-19-2019, 09:26 AM   #16
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mv ./config to ./config.bak
cp <your config file> ./config
 
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While the processor is x86 (32-bit), you also need to consider what version of tools they used to compile. Using far more modern tools may compile fine, but attain vastly different results, some of which may not work.

It also could be the headers which are populated in /usr/src. That's not the full code.
 
  


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