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Old 24th January 2005, 11:37 PM
Mafkees Offline
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How to increase the kernel's stack size?

Hi all,

I've recently installed Fedora Core 3 on my Laptop since I was tired of windows. Now everything is working very smooth except one thing and that's my wireless PCMCIA card. It's an U.S. Robotics 125Mbps card that has to be configured with linuxant's driverloader. When I finally found out how to fix this, I was about to face the next problem: the stack size. In order to work properly it needed a >8k stack. I tried to compile a new kernel but beginner as I was I wasn't able to fix it so I downloaded this kernel from linuxant's website. But now I am getting better and better in linux and I would like to compile a kernel with my needs but it still has to support my wireless adapter. So here's the question of questions for me: How can I increase the kernel's stack size while configuring the kernel before compiling?

Thx in advance,
Mark aka Mafkees.
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Old 29th January 2005, 06:48 AM
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You can find the source for stk16 kernels at:
Also, read through this thread too:

Best of luck.
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