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Old 09-01-2003, 08:42 AM   #1
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Kernel Differences

Just wondering, whats the difference between a standard kernel, and the mandrake ones, ie. the ones that have mdk on the end of the filename?

If upgrading the kernel, do I have to use a mandrake one?


Old 09-01-2003, 08:58 AM   #2
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That would depend upon your skill and knowledge of Linux.

Mandrake user Kernel Upgrade
Mandrake Documentation

# Mandrake links
Mandrake home page
Mandrake Users website
Easy urpmi config for Mandrake
urpmi mini-HOWTO
Easy software management: Red Carpet
Maximum RPM
You didn't install the developmental packages? As root, command:
urpmi gcc
An Introduction to the Midnight Commander. You can install it by commanding:
urpmi mc
Midnight Commander home page

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