Now that I got them, Vmware's installer doesn't accept them!
I got the message:
"Kernel headers for version 3.10.17-smp were not found."
so I tried by renaming the folder /usr/include/linux to .../3.10.17-smp, and .../linux 3.10.17, and... nix!
I've been reading this excellent link page once in a while for the last 10 years now. I have to admit that although it is crystal clear for recompiling, however the section "Slackware kernel-headers package" is a bit blurry in my mind and does not help me much.
Slackware installed on my laptop with the "vmlinuz-huge-smp-3.10.17-smp" image from Pat.
I made some attempts to simplify it and compile some sections of it instead of loading modules: not a good idea.
So I recompiled it as it originally was on my machine with the zcat /proc/config.gz > /usr/src/linux/.config file.
I called the recompiled image "vmlinuz-custom-3.10.17" and the System.map file "System.map-custom-3.10.17".
The only change I made is the boot up logo: I changed the 4 yellow pingins to 4 Slackware blue "S".
So the questions now is:
What should I do to have the Kernel-headers to be recognized by an installer (like Vmware's) that need them?