1).. As newbie..i am not knowing on
HOW TO IDENTIFY a ".ko" is meant for which version of kernel ?;
is there any command that extracts the Version Information of the .KO file..
2) May be it is silly, but just want to clear the Gray point about the kernel version..
i have read somewhere about the kernel versioning, that the linux kernel version that ends with EVEN number is a stable one and
the ODD number is developmental version. (not sure it is applicable only to MAJOR number)
but recently i have seen in http://www.kernel.org
18.104.22.168 as stable version .. this contradicts? can any one clarify me..
thanking you in advance.