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1. thanx guys for support am using knoppix 3.3, i also have SUSE 10, knoppix seams simple to understand to me than SUSE(help me decide on the one to learn better) and am new to linux i have no idea in compilling my own kernel please direct me, but atleast i have knowledge in programming, hope it would be of greate help for me to understand customizing kernel and stuff.
2. i have a second hard drive that i have installed SUSE 10.0, but when i try playing mp3 files, and .avi files from my ntfs windows partitions it cant play how do i go about this.
3. under the SUSE system when i try installing avg antivirus which is an RPM package i get an error saying something like no support files for the package please help.
Last edited by mikeotieno; 06-23-2006 at 09:27 AM.
Distribution: Slackware 10.2, Debian Testing/Unstable, Ubuntu Breezy Badger, working on LFS
A simple search for "kernel compile guide" gives you 600 results. There must be something useful in there. And a Google search for "linux kernel compile guide" has 2,810,000 results. Also, in LQ tutorials under programming, they have a Kernel Compilation HOWTO. See if that helps, and if you have problems, that's what the forum's for.
i'd wait a bit until you start writing to ntfs, then you don't have to worry about compiling a new kernel and messing your system up, as for the mp3's have you mounted the HDD because they won't play unless there apart of the local filesystem
the mp3 files are on ntfs partition which i have already mounted to my SUSE system, when i click on an mp3 file it opens amarok player but it does not play,same when i open the player and select a playlist it shows the list randomly on the interface one by one without playing them. And the video player also brings an error saying that it encountered an error while trying to open the file