On Tue, Feb 12, 2002 at 08:26:45AM +0000, Stephane Dudzinski wrote:
> This time, while upgrading the kernel to 2.4.17, i've decided to leave
> Suse more options from its 2.4.10-Suse .config file. I then made
> oldconfig and removed some extra uneeded modules. Compilation went fine.
Stephane - did you use the 2.4.10-Suse .config file against a stock kernel ?
The latest kernel I see SuSE delivering is 2.4.16. I've been a bit loath to
use stock kernels with SuSE for a while now because of the number of changes
SuSE makes to a stock kernel.
> Yast2 tested it succesfully proposing to set it as default.
What did you mean by that exactly ?
> I am quite happy to say that this distro can be a real pleasure as long
Glad to see you coming back to the one true faith. Support your local (well,
same continent) Linux distribution :-)
> as you know where to look and what to fix ;)
True of most things, really :-)
> Now, some problems remain. Kppp will not put its nameserver line in
> /etc/resolv.conf for some strange reason even though i put it myself.
> Could it be because i run kppp as a normal user ? (redhat's 7.2 was
Could be - AFAIR I made kppp suid to deal with that, but it's been a while
since I used kppp - I became a wvdial person and then I got ISDN so I said
goodbye to wvdial too.
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