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Old 26th February 2012, 09:45 AM
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FEKC - Fedora Easy Kernel Compiler

Hi all
im a n00b from Indonesia.... Just wanna tell you guys about software which i've made.
FEKC (Fedora Easy Kernel Compiler) is software written in BaSH which allows you to compile kernel source in easy steps.

Well, this is my first software. I would like you to send a suggestion, critic, etc to me

Download here

Sorry if my program is totally bad-ass
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