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Jul
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comment What are high memory and low memory on Linux?
This is old and I'm not sure you're around here. But I want to ask one thing: the reserved 128MB in kernel space (for high memory access), is it all the references of user-space memory area? So, a kernel process can access any user space by refer to this area, right?
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22
asked How can I generate /proc/vmcore?
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awarded  Scholar
May
17
comment No vmlinuz and initrd after building the kernel?
Thanks. You are correct.
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17
accepted No vmlinuz and initrd after building the kernel?
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May
16
comment No vmlinuz and initrd after building the kernel?
I've just checked the config again. It seems I have not enabled loadable kernel module support. I thought it is default. I will try to compile again and will notify when it's done.
May
16
comment No vmlinuz and initrd after building the kernel?
I compiled it in OpenSUSE (however, I downloaded the latest source from kernel.org). After make menuconfig, I typed make and let it does the job.
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16
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16
asked No vmlinuz and initrd after building the kernel?