ilug-admin at linux.ie wrote:
>> At last, a driver for Lucent winmodems. I dowloaded it this morning,
> only to find it needs kernel 2.2.12-20. Thats right, it's a binary, not
> source. I've downloaded 2.2.12, but I would like to know is there any
> significance to the -20 on the end ?
The -20 is the patchlevel : you can download a small separate patch to
that level from any of the kernel archives.
They use that level because it's the one that shipped with Redhat 6.1.
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