On Wed, 7 Jan 2004, Liam Bedford wrote:
> 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?
The tripe that is the rpm database? Hmm.. just curious, but how did
you come to that opinion?
As for the kernel, the stock kernel has long had a rpm make target.
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