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Re: VPN



*FYI:*

*NOTE*:
The default install is quite minimal as it is not recommended to recompile
the kernel or run any kernel modules not certified by Red Hat. For Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 4 kernel source installation, check the related link below.

http://kbase.redhat.com/faq/FAQ_41_8848.shtm


On 12/22/06, Waleed Harbi <waleed harbi gmail com> wrote:

>>>Or are you saying that Red Hat will not offer support if you're not
using one of their kernels?

Yes.

check with them please, this is what i knew.


On 12/22/06, Gaddis, Jeremy L. <jeremy linuxwiz net> wrote:
>
> On 12/22/06, Waleed Harbi <waleed harbi gmail com> wrote:
> > if you recompile the kernel you will lost Red Hat licence , but you
> can
> > update it from RHN via your account.
> >
> > Double check with Red Hat support for this item before you do it.
>
> Say what?  Can you provide more information or this (or a URL with
> more information)?  I've compiled "custom" kernels on RHEL machines
> and not had any adverse affects.  I do have a satellite server that my
> servers update with, however, if that makes a difference.
>
> Or are you saying that Red Hat will not offer support if you're not
> using one of their kernels?
>
> Thanks,
> -j
>
>
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:. Best Wishes
:. Waleed Harbi
---------------------------------------------
:. Never too old to learn
:. Every why has a wherefore
:. Grasp all, lose all


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