Timothy Murphy wrote:
>> Debian basically is for geeks,
> as the "simple" commands you are advised to give
> to install a new kernel might suggest.
>>Out of interest, what's the recommended way to install a new kernel on
Fedora, if it's not in fedora (say 2.4.24-ck1 or whatever)?
Is there an easy way to get it into the package management system,
or do you have to forget about the tripe that is the rpm database and go
back to the slackware way?
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