> ]> and such like. Problem 1 is that RedHat kernel comes with all
> ]> modules, so there will be loads of unused modules in there..
> ]I've done the following:
> ]Deleted all the 2.2.14* files in /boot
> ]Edited /etc/lilo.conf to just say vmlinuz, instead of vmlinuz-blah
> ]cd /usr/src
> ]mv linux linux-sucks
> ]Downloaded 2.2.15, extracted into /usr/src/linux
> ]cd /usr/src/linux
> ]make xconfig
> ]make dep clean modules modules_install install
> ]Funnily enough, I can now run vmware-config fine.
And a note to the beginners out there:
DON'T DO THIS AT HOME.
If your new kernel doesn't boot, you won't be able to
revert back to the old one. You'll probably have to
muck around with rescue disks, or re-install from the
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