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> Suse Kernel Building And Patching
post Feb 24 2005, 10:22 PM
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Alright chaps. Just wantin to upgrade my Suse kernel to the latest version, but instead of letting Yast take care of it, I would like to have a go at doing it manually on suse. I have full instructions on performing this on Redhat(and have done this myself). Could you tell me how suse differs to redhat in kernel building and installation? Cheers

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post Feb 25 2005, 09:05 AM
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After you install the kernel source (install this from YAST), there should be a file in /usr/src/linux called README.SUSE . In this file is instructions on how to compile a custom kernel for yourself.

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