Kernin is an easy-to-follow, menu-driven script to help with the installation of a Linux kernel. This includes everything from extracting the kernel from its tarball through automatically changing the LILO configuration. Kernin is mainly aimed at inexperienced users that have no prior knowledge of kernel installation. Kernin can also help experienced Linux users save time when installing a kernel. Note that kernin is only compatible with LILO at the moment.
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Release Notes: Some minor bugs were fixed, and the ability to check for sufficient disk space was added.
Release Notes: A lot of new features.
Release Notes: A fix for an error finding the tarball for extraction, and a fix for an error in trying to create the symbolic link.
Release Notes: Multiple patch support, support for bzip2-compressed kernels, and moving some of the code into functions for better control.