static or dinamic kernel?
I have just finished (I hope) to upgrade my toshiba laptop running slack10.1(current) to the new kernel188.8.131.52 - I have come across a few problems that, thanx to google and other freindly ppl in yahoo chat rooms, I managed to resolve eventually playing on this new kernel2.6 - I only have one more thing to understand to pass from a total newbie to a (almost) self-sufficient linux user :lol:
what is the difference (in terms of performance/s) between building a static or dinamic kernel? would the manual compilation of modules be more performance-effective?
any suggestion is welcome - thanx