On 06-Apr-99 Rob Hill wrote:
>Dave Rynne wrote:
>>> Damn, knew there was something I'd forget. Think I should be able to
>> fit an enlightenment mirror in there as well ;)
>>>Super. Thanks. ;o)
>>anyway, VMWare - I'm running Redhat 5.2 with the new kernel, and it
>(vmware) complains that my 'includes' libraries are for the old kernel
>(or not updated or something - I don't have the exact error - it's 20
>does anyone have any ideas?
I'd put a few quid on a bet that the kernel version that the machine was booted
from was different from the kernel version of the source tree in /usr/src/linux.
Its the kind of thing im forever doing, downloading the latest and greatest, and
compiling it, but not rebooting until the oppurtunity arises, which could be a
up to a week sometimes. I got the same problem with vmware, but you can get it
with cdrecord as well.
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