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[ale] Compiling the linux 2.4.4 kernel with NFSv4 support.SUCCESS !
- Subject: [ale] Compiling the linux 2.4.4 kernel with NFSv4 support.SUCCESS !
- From: jkinney at localnetsolutions.com (James P. Kinney III)
- Date: 13 Mar 2002 07:14:49 -0500
WooHoo!! Make config is pretty brutal unless your name is Alan Cox. Make
menuconfig is a much better process.
I'm going to have to look at the NFSv4 stuff more closely. It seems to
be geared towards resolving the security woe of the previous NFS
versions. Which is a great thing! NFS is really usefull.
On Tue, 2002-03-12 at 23:25, Amarendra Godbole (Intl Vendor) wrote:
> Hello folks (and James),
> I have compiled the kernel 2.4.4 successfully, with no hassels, and with
> the NFS v4 support built in. I was screwing up the .config file by
> manually editing it. Also, make config, which asks you many questions
> (and which you have to answer) was a problem for me, since I did not
> know the config options for the kernel. So I used make menuconfig, and
> enabled whatever I wanted to, including the NFSv4 support after patching
> the kernel with the NFSv4 patch.
> The compilation went thru fine, and I am able to use the NFS v4 feature
> now. More details about NFSv4 are available from
> James, I am attaching my NFSv4 .config file for reference.
> Thanks a lot for all those helped me do this, specifically James.
> Amarendra A. Godbole / Microsoft ``Services For UNIX'' / These opinions
> are _MINE_.
> If anything can go wrong, _FIX_ it. (To hell with MURPHY)
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