On Mon, Dec 11, 2000 at 01:05:59PM +0000, John P . Looney came forth with:
> Download a more recent kernel, and try compile it yourself. That should
> be fine.
>> BTW, on my Dell & Linux problems - I installed RedHat 7, and it installed
> & worked fine. It must be that the debian installer is a bit crap, or the
> kernel it uses doesn't have some RedHat specific patches that gives better
> support for the NIC & sound card.
>It's 2.2.17 (+ a bit I think)... maybe RedHat added bits from 2.4 or
something.. one of the things they do which annoys me :)
the i810 sound card driver stuff has been going through a few revisions
lately, and Debian 2.2 is older than RedHat 7.0..
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