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> I have all this down to a science. All these commands are in my bash
> command history so I can pull them up with a couple of keystrokes.
Guess what... after the first time you do it the newfangled way the
new commands will be in .bash_history too!
> done them all so many times that I can type them from scratch almost
> without thinking about them.
If you do it _that_ often, then you'll get it the same automation in no
time with any strange new commands. Or find a way to integrate them with
your cron job that downloads patches (Heck... I update gcc from CVS
nightly, build it and run its testsuite from cron). But just compiling any
random kernel that shows up is not enough...
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