Sometimes when you add new hardware or change the kernel configuration, you need to rebuild your kernel. For example, when you add a new device driver, the package installation software may prompt you to rebuild the kernel.
The preferred way to rebuild the kernel is to use the
command. If the rebuild fails, use the error messages
that idbuild displays to determine the problem. As
The -B option indicates that you want the kernel rebuilt now. The UnixWare 7 system attempts to rebuild the kernel and displays error messages if the rebuild fails.
Alternatively, you can simply reboot your system. If a kernel rebuild is required, the system will perform it automatically upon rebooting.
Booting UnixWare ...message is displated. Then, at the boot prompt, enter: