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Old 20th April 2005, 12:55
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I need to know if the option CONFIG_NET_SCHED is enabled in my kernel. How can I find out?

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Old 20th April 2005, 13:22
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If you have compiled the kernel yourself, then have a look at the .config file in your source tree (/usr/src/linux or something like that). This file might also have got copied to the /boot directory as /boot/config-2.6.x-y or similar.

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grep CONFIG_NET_SCHED /boot/config-2.6.x-y
should reveal if this option is enabled.

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Old 20th April 2005, 19:45
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And if you have more than one kernel installed, make sure that you look in the right config file...

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