Kernels this, kernels that. I read a tutorial on how to get my linksys card to work with my computer, however it says I need a kernel tree....
All the linux OS's I install don't have this... why is that? Do I have to build my own? I've been trying to setup a linux system for over 1 week now non-stop every free minute I get im reading on this stupid kernel thing.
I have tried so far (and wasted CD's) RedHat 9, Fedora Core 3, and Mandrake 10.1. Is there a version of Linux that includes linksys wireless cards, or has the linux kenrel....?
by default this should be where your kernel is located, if it's located in a different place please input the path.
Anyone know? Also I'd like the version of linux that does have it to have GNOME or KDE desktop environment, if not, show me a tutorial on how to install GNOME or KDE if you find me a version of linux that has it's kernel installed.
Thanks in advance for any info.