Here's a step-by-step tutorial to building your own kernel. Old
hat to veteran Linux users, possibly useful as a printable guide to
Hi everyone, this article provides you with an
extremely detailed and step-by-step process describing how to
Compile, Configure and then Install a Customized Red Hat Linux
Kernel. As we all know, a Customized Kernel is required for many
reasons, and I wouldn't want to go into the gory details of those.
I will only show how to Compile, Configure and Install a Custom
Kernel. Though the steps mentioned below are primarily targeted for
the Red Hat Linux users, but the same process applies to the users
of other Linux Distributions also, of course, with a few minor
modifications as when required.