How are fedora kernels modified from vanilla kernels
pepebuho at pananet.com
Mon Oct 25 06:57:38 UTC 2004
Alexander Dalloz wrote:
> Am So, den 24.10.2004 schrieb Douglas Phillipson um 20:32:
>>How are fedora kernels different from kernel.org vanilla kernels?
> They are heavily patched.
>>How are the rpm's made?
> Get the kernel src.rpm and inspect it, at least the kernel.spec file.
> You'll see then.
I dowloaded and installed kernel-sourcecode-188.8.131.52-521
I went to /usr/src/linux/184.108.40.206-521 and did not find the
usual directories, (BUILD, SPEC, etc.) I found rather the sourcecode.
Does it mean that I have to download kernel-220.127.116.11-521.src.rpm ?
What is the difference between the kernel-sourcecode packages and the
If I want to recompile the kernel (I might have to do it to solve a ACPI
DSDT problem with a laptop), what should I used, kernel-sourcecode or
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