I am kinda new to kernel configs ........ I have done it many times now because I am a bit anal when it comes to my computer. But My situation is this. Im just a bit confused
I installed slack 10 bare.i kernel just to get up and running. Downloaded 2.6.7 and when through the hole deal and got a few 2.6.7 kernels running. I finally got one I like with minimal errors so I did a pkgtool and removed all things having to do with 2.4.x the stock kernel with slack 10. All is well for a while untill I realize that my HDD DMA error is due to not having the right support in the kernel (i think....) so I go to recompile yet again of course with errors because I removed my kernel headers.
Building a 2.6.7 kernel with 2.4.x headers is this a bad idea???? Cause this is what I have done thus far
What are the headers for exactly?
Were does one find kernel headers for 2.6.7 in tgz format or any format for that matter.
A kick in the right direction would be great.