begin Paul Kelly quotation:
> RedHat, like most of the major distributions, supplies a patched kernel
> by default. You can see exactly what patches they use by installing the
> kernel-source.src.rpm (as opposed to kernel-source.i586.rpm) and having
> a look in /usr/src/redhat/SPECS/ and ../SOURCES
Have fun figuring out which ones are actually _applied_ on your
architecture. You have to grovel through Makefiles, for that.
Cheers, Microsoft Corporation Gandhi-o-meter, revision 2001-05-03 beta01.
Rick Moen "They ignore you." "They laugh at you." "They fight you." "You win."
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