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Biased turkey 02-17-2005 07:47 PM

core 3, where the hell is the kernel source rpm ?
 
I installed Fedora core3 from the Linux-Format magazine enclosed DVD.
Then I installed the ATI radeon drivers using yum, but it doesnt work. So I want to install the ATI driver ( released yesterday )downloded from the ATI website. The only problem is that I need the kernel source RPM. It's not on the DVD and as I can remember it's not even an install option , while with Core1 and 2 you could install the kernel source from the developments packages .
Could someone please be kind enough to give me a link where I could download that rpm ?.
How can they call it "open source" when the kernel source is so hard to locate ?
I have the core3 default kernel 2.6.9-1.667
tia

das_deniz 02-17-2005 10:25 PM

redundant, redundant
 
a google search using keywords: kernel-source rpm fc3

finds this helpful FAQ response:

http://fcp.homelinux.org/modules/sma...aq.php?faqid=1

good luck.

Biased turkey 02-18-2005 09:39 AM

Re: redundant, redundant
 
Quote:

Originally posted by das_deniz
a google search using keywords: kernel-source rpm fc3

finds this helpful FAQ response:

http://fcp.homelinux.org/modules/sma...aq.php?faqid=1

good luck.

Thanks for the link. I didn,t know a bout the homelinux.org website. It looks like an interesting site.
Obviously, installing the kernel-source rpm is a litlle more complicate than it used to be :)


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