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Old 04-16-2004, 10:38 PM   #1
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very specific and clear guide?

im going to install MDK 9.2 tomorrow and the first thing i wanna do before installing anything else is upgrading the kernel to 2.6. i've been reading article, white papers, everything on upgrading the kernel but each has some part thats a bit confusing. anyone know of a good place that has a guide to upgrading the kernel and which also contains specifics on each part that is configurable in the kernel (firewire, IDE, cdrom, ACPI, etc etc etc)


Old 04-16-2004, 10:45 PM   #2
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Rep: Reputation: 0 is one of the best sites for HOWTO's and guides.. here is a link to building a custom kernel
Old 04-16-2004, 11:31 PM   #3
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Here's another very useful guide:
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please how do i set up a fast internet connection of about 30 PCs using wireless-G access points and routers?
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Originally Posted by ufomskie
please how do i set up a fast internet connection of about 30 PCs using wireless-G access points and routers?
Please don't hijack existing threads....

I suggest that you post this a s a new thread with a descriptive title---AND give some details--such as what connection is going to feed all of this? DSL, Cable, T1?

In principle, you need:
A connection
A wireless transmitter
The SW that controls how many PCs can be connected at once (I dont know how this works, but I'm sure that you can get info from the websites of the people that make the transmitters.)
Wireless cards in the computers.
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many thanks for the links of guide ist very usefull to me


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