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Re: Tux on RHEL 4.1 AS



Why don't you use the RHEL kernel? I know that Tux comes with the stock
RHEL 3 kernels (I'm using it right now), and I thought that I noticed it
in the RHEL 4 package list.

If possible, it's always easier to stick with the prebuilt modules
instead of building your own. Plus, if you use the red hat kernel,
you'll get security updates etc. with much less work.

On Fri, 2005-10-14 at 19:20 -0700, Jeff Blakeley wrote:
> I'm trying to install Tux on RHEL 4.1 AS with a kernel of 2.6.9. I'm
> very new here and was hoping to get some help in going about this.
> I've looked over the QuickStart-TUX.txt file from here:
> http://people.redhat.com/mingo/TUX-patches/ but noticed that it is
> rather outdated. It appears there are newer patches available than the
> ones mentioned in the QuickStart-TUX.txt file. I guess my first
> question is regarding applying the TUX patch to a vanilla kernel. It
> says to apply it to a 2.4.16 kernel while I'm running the 2.6.9
> kernel. Would I be correct in assuming I need to use either the
> tux3-2.6.9-rc2-A5 or tux3-2.6.9-rc3-A6 patch? If so, does it matter
> which one to use here? Can I use an even later patch, such as
> tux3-2.6.12-rc1-A4? The next question is regarding the userspace
> utilities. I'm assuming I want to use the tux-3.2.21.tar.gz to
> correspond with the appropriate tux3 patch, yes? Any help provided
> would be very much appreciated and would be a sanity check for me
> before proceeding.
> 
> Thank you,
> Jeff Blakeley
> 
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