Re: Compiling the 2.6 kernel question.

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Felipe Alfaro Solana wrote:

On Sun, 2003-11-23 at 01:27, Elam Daly wrote:

Howdy all,

I'm reading the 2.6 kernel documentation, and I've noticed that it requires procps > 3.1.13 and that fedora ships with 2.017.
Has anyone had problems with compilation using fedora and if so, how did you remedy the situation?

In fact, you don't need procps to *compile* a 2.6 kernel, but the special, new semantics of the 2.6 kernel requires and updated procps package to display some new information.

However, Fedora procps package already includes a lot of stuff that is
2.6-aware (I'm running 2.6.0-test9-mm5 on Fedora and haven't upgraded a
single package), so you are on the safe side ;-)

Ummm where did you get the 2.6.0 kernel is it in a rpm, and if so can we use yum to update ??


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