Originally posted by btmiller
If the kernel wasn't installed, you wouldn't be able to run Linux . You're probably wondering about whether the kernel sources are installed, and they may well not be. If there's nothing in your /usr/src/linux directory, the kernel sources aren't installed. Look for the kernel-source RPM that came with your fedora and install it.
The weird thing is that when I go to the /usr/src/linux directory, ther are files in the directory.
Another peer suggested I run the following command
[-d/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build] && echo yes || echo no
and when I did I got a message saying "No such file or directory no"
. I understand this means that the sources (or headers?) are not installed? Where can I find the kernel-source RPM? (I installed from CD's that came with the "Fedora 2 Bible" text.)