I've sucessfully followed the HowTo for re-building my Debian Etch Linux kernel, but at the end of the HowTo, there is a discussion (and commands) on creating a ramdisk and using grub. Since I'm running in a virtual machine under z/VM, the "boot" process involves a CMS exec that selects the version to be booted. How does the "HowTo" relate to this environment? At: http://kernel-handbook.alioth.debian.org/ch-packaging.html they discuss a post-installation script that points the /boot/initrd.img and /boot/vmlinuz to the new kernel. It appears this is an automatic part of the "make menuconfig" process. Does this mean I do not have to consider the ramdisk and grub updating that is in the HowTO?