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Re: Tux on RHEL 4.1 AS



Ah, no! You don't need to touch the kernel. If you have the RHEL kernel
installed (and running), and the "Tux" package installed, then you have
Tux installed.

The message "Tux version: 3/0/0; could not initialize TUX" could mean
many things. My best guess would be that configuration files are missing
or not usable. The bit about configuring and installing the kernel is
beside the point if you are running the RHEL kernel - it has already
been done if you are.

On Sat, 2005-10-15 at 18:06 -0700, Jeff Blakeley wrote:
> William, I believe that Tux is included with this distribution, but I
> believe I still have to install it. When attempting to run, it gives
> me "Tux version: 3/0/0; could not initialize TUX!" I've looked over
> the installation.html file included with the distribution and it says
> I need to configure and install the kernel with Red Hat Content
> Accelerator if it has not already been provided with the RH Content
> Accelerator configured. In order to do this, it points me to
> http://people.redhat.com/~mingo/TUX-patches to get the latest Content
> Acclerator release. Do you know how I can find out if the Content
> Acelerator has already been configured in order to stick with the
> prebuilt modules?
> 
> Thanks,
> Jeff



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