> i think the war you do it is take the closest src.rpm plug in the new
> kernel and rebuild. i've done it in the past - keeping an eye on the
> results of patch (etc) - and it fits in quite nicely.
>> i think paulj and kenn do it as well. at least i think i got the idea
> from one or both of them.
Paul probably. That's the way I would do it if I had to, but for
the last 3 years or more, the kernels shipped by my distribution
vendor (RH) have been just fine for me.
I don't bother compiling kernels for production boxes any more.
My kernel compilation thrills come from a completely different
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