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Old 05-20-2003, 04:18 PM   #1
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simple kernel question


Hi guys n gurls.

im thinking of downloading the latest kernel from my redhat network. i have 2.4-18 or sumthing like that at the moment.

anyway, when i installed my modem, i needed to recompile my kernel.

if i donwload and install the new kernel, will i need to re-install my modem ???

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will i need to re-install my modem ???
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when i installed my modem, i needed to recompile my kernel.
actually did :)


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