> Did you boot to the kernel you compiled? The above suggests you
> Otherwise, what/whose kernel did you compile?
Aye I booted my own kernel a few times but to no avail the dam thing still
said it was compiled for a different kernel. So I booted back into the
default Suse kernel which is 2.4.19-64GB-SMP, which is fine for my needs
(Albeit a bit bloated).
My logic (which my not be always right) would suggest that if I complied
something when it was running a specific kernel, without passing an option
to build for a different kernel, the app would use the system kernel as the
default. Is this a correct assumption?
Cheers for the help
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