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If you are planing on using 2.6.23, there is a newer crash dump
feature called kdump that has been accepted upstream and included in
the kernel.org kernels for quite some time. See
Documentation/kdump/kdump.txt for more information.
On 12/20/07 18:29, lkcd-devel-bounces@... wrote:
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> From: 林永听 <lyt2008bj@...>
> To: lkcd-devel@...
> Subject: lkcd is compatible with linux kernel?
> Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2007 10:28:51 +0800 (CST)
> Hi, all!
> Now I met a problem with LKCD, So I want get help from you!
> I have downloaded lkcd-6.2.0_2.6.10.patch.gz form official website, but linux kernel is 2.6.23. Are they compatible to compile a new kernel.
> Is lkcd-6.2.0_2.6.10.patch.gz only compatible with kernel 2.6.10?
> I hope to get your help or advies!
> best regrads!
> yongting Lin
> Dec 21, 2007