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Old 03-03-2007, 02:07 PM   #1
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Question dual boot xp n opensuse,,,need to install my own kernel version,2.0-2.4

hi im new to linux n m tryin to make a device driver for a project,,have installed opensuses free edition on my machine,,,the book im referrin to O'reilly refers to kernels rangin from 2.0 to 2.4,,wen i try runnin the progs on my machine i get errors,,i guess my kernel is more than 2.4,,prob a 2.6,,,,so i need to install a 2.4 kernel,,,or is thr another way,,,,,plz guide me how to install my own kernel,,,precisely,in detail if possible,,,ocz im an absolutely noob to linux,,, plz
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