removing kernel source
Hi! I'm using fedora core 3 and am quite new to it. I've installed the kernel source using an rpm. How do I uninstall it? I don't think rpm -e kernel is correct. Installing the kernel created files in the specs, source, ... of the /usr/src directory. Do I simply erase those files? Are there any other files which I have to remove?
I'm removing the kernel source because I'm downloading the source of the latest stable kernel, 220.127.116.11 which is in bz2 format. I cannot find any rpms for this.
Just to make sure, do I simply unzip the kernel source into the /usr/src/redhat/build directory? I'm assuming this because when I installed the previous one which was in rpm, it installed the source code in the build directory.
Pardon me, I'm a confused newbie. I'm installing the latest kernel to make my smartlink modem to work. I'll give you the details to this once I successfully install the latest kernel. Your help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!