Originally posted by stickman
'rpm -qa" is displaying the currently installed RPM on your system. Since you built from source, your current version is not insync with the RPM database. Install the RPM that you built if you want the current version in the DB.
Thanks for information. That helped. Started with init 3 level and went to
directory and wrote
rpm -ihv kernel-2.6.7_a-2.i386.rpm
Few more questions
to end of file? My kernel should be
Is there a way to make kernel source rpm and install it using rpm from kernel sources ? I tried following
rpm -ihv kernel-2.6.7_a-2.src.rpm
but it didn't add anything.
What about kernel headers for other application compilation. How kernel headers are build and installed ?