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DECONF(1)                 BSD General Commands Manual                DECONF(1)

NAME deconf -- generate kernel config from dmesg

SYNOPSIS deconf kernel-config

DESCRIPTION deconf generates a new kernel configuration file from the current dmesg output and the current kernel config file, kernel-config.

EXAMPLE To generate a new kernel config MYCONFIG after having booted a GENERIC kernel, run:

$ cd /usr/src/sys/arch/`uname -m`/conf $ dmesg | deconf GENERIC > MYCONF

SEE ALSO options(4), dmesg(8)

AUTHORS Created by Skorobogatko Oleksii <skorobogatko.oleksii at>

BUGS Lines from dmesg output which not found in kernel-config append to the end of new kernel config.

April 12, 2010