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Re: kernel trouble



>     There must be a way of doing that, but I don't know it.  Instead you
> could copy the kernel rpm's from Redhat's site or from a mirror, then
> install them yourself, after finding out how such a thing is done -- see
>
> http://www.redhat.com/support/resources/howto/kernel-upgrade/kernel-upgrade.html
>
> One of the effects of the procedure will be to update the rpm database.

but on the effect of doing that will be to "upgrade" my 2.4.16 kernel to
2.4.9...

Ian






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