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Hi, all: The vmlinuz-3.0.4.old is a kernel previous to the current running kernel vmlinuz-3.0.4 which is compiled the most currently. Could I get the initrd.img-3.0.4.old without recompile under the condition ...
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    Could I get the initrd.img file without recompile the kernel?


    Hi, all:

    The vmlinuz-3.0.4.old is a kernel previous to the current running kernel vmlinuz-3.0.4 which is compiled the most currently. Could I get the initrd.img-3.0.4.old without recompile under the condition that the config-3.0.4.old, System.map-3.0.4.old and vmlinuz-3.0.4.old exist? if it can, what and how should I do?


    thanks!
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    Yes. Use the mkinitrd command.
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