Mkcdrec and Ubuntu - Where's my kernel?
deshantm at gmail.com
Fri Jul 1 02:35:14 UTC 2005
On 6/29/05, BBBB <ubuntulist at thingbuilder.com> wrote:
> I am now trying to get mkCDrec to work with Ubuntu.
> mkCDrec is not able to find my Linux Kernel automatically.
> I think it is looking for /usr/src/linux/.config
> I need to put the kernel's location in mkCDrec's Config.sh file but can't
> out where it is.
> This is probably a silly question (beginner) but here goes:
> Where is my Linux Kernel?
you probably need to install the linux-source package
apt-cache search linux-source
apt-get install the one you want
Sometimes needed are linux-headers too
> > I would like to make a backup of my system using "Make CD-ROM Recovery"
> > http://mkcdrec.sourceforge.net/
> > Has anyone used this with Ubuntu?
> > I haven't found it with apt-get or Synaptic.
> > What would be the best way to get it installed?
> > (couldn't get mondo-mindi to work)
> > Thanks,
> > Bradley
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