I compiled a kernel on my computer and then I installed it in the same computer and it works fine. my question is how to install the same kernel on another computer?
on 01/11/2013 – Made popular on 01/11/2013
I m in beginner level with Linux topics and performances.
i have a question about Linux kernel
is there any way to install a kernel with no compile?!
in fact is there any compiled and ready kernel for install?!
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Since i dont want to go as deep as kernel development, I have decided to work on linux kernel and build my OS on top of it.
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