Before you do anything, change the EXTRAVERSION= line in the
Makefile. This way, when you do make modules_install, you
won't clobber your original modules (and possibly render
your machine unbootable).
Very good point. You will know if you get "unresolved symbols" during system
boot (from me head)
I have not tried to compile in SUSE 7 as of yet so I don't know if there are
any issues with the gcc compiler or whatever.
But during compilation - have a look at the output messages to make sure
there are no dodgy messages.
If I get the time, I'll try it tonight.
Also you may wan't to check the bootlog messages (can't remember the exact
filename) after boot to see if all is coshur (I am sure its spelt
Time to go home.... yippee.
Big Chief System Crasher,
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