[nSLUG] cifs on Redhat Linux, and getting a full Redhat kernel for RHEL 5
budman85 at eastlink.ca
Mon May 12 18:48:07 ADT 2008
>>> for Redhat 4 says you can get a full kernel with a special up2date
>>> command. 'up2date' is not available in Redhat 5, and I don't find another
>>> knowledgebase item describing how to get Redhat 5's full kernel.
>> Look at 'yum'
>> RH5: yum update
>> RH4: up2date -u
One more - this one may help a lot more - shows how to use the yum
installer to install source kernels
and other items.
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