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Old 09-23-2003, 12:18 PM   #1
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kernel innards and HiSax

I'm still fighting w/ my isdn... but I started getting curious about HiSax. It's part of kernel, right. Which means I gotta go through the song and dance to recompile my kernel.

Does the 2.4.22 kernel work (providing I configure it right when I compile it) with redhat 9.0 without any hassle?

I mean, my understanding of linux architecture is that the kernel pretty much don't change from distro to distro, just from upgrade to upgrade and everything else runs on top of it. Am I right?

How about separate module compiling? Possible? If one source file in one of kernel's modules changes, do I have to recompile the whole works?


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