Re: ez kernels - THE SOLUTION

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On Tue, 2007-07-24 at 16:44 -0400, Todd Zullinger wrote:
> I wrote:
> > Aaron Konstam wrote:
> >> Well here are the kernels currently on my machine. As you can see
> >> two of them are ez kernels. The top one was downloaded to my
> >> machine only 2 days ago by the standard gui updater. So somewhere
> >> someone must know about them.
> >> 
> >> kernel-
> >> kernel-
> >> kernel-2.6.21-1.3228.fc7
> >> kernel-2.6.21-1.3194.fc7
> >> kernel-2.6.21-2.3228.fc7.ez
> > 
> > What repositories do you have enabled in yum?  Those .ez kernels are
> > not from the official repositories.
> Further, what is the output from:
> $ rpm -qi kernel-2.6.21-2.3228.fc7.ez

That started me at finding the answer. The kernels come from and are designed to do what is described below. I
now know I was interested because of the greater support for wireless
cards. I had done the rpm -qi before but did not catch the important
line in the output. Thanks for the push in the right direction.

EzPlanet One
Is the Linux distribution tuned for the Enterprise and the Professional.
A Linux distribution tuned for Enterprise solutions; EzPlanet One
integrates advanced technologies, flexibility, high availability,
security, quality. Built with the Enterprise in mind, it features also
several tools for the Professionals and Individual users, that make its
use more fun. Most of the latest advances in technologies available for
Linux have been included in the EzPlanet One distribution. For example
it supports most wireless network adapters, including those that do not
have specific Linux drivers. EzPlanet One is ready to be used for your
server infrastructure and your desktop clients. Quality is the secret of
a robust and unbreakable foundation for the Technical Architect, with
the tools and the ease of use to suit system administrators, bank
managers, personal assistants, chief financial officers and beginners.

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