Guest Linux24 Posted August 15, 2004 Report Share Posted August 15, 2004 Sorry for this post. I should have read some other articles first. Looks like it is a common problem with Linux that kernels are released without any regard at all as to drivers that vendors are providing and whether or not the kernel will work with drivers or wipe them out. So the answer is "stick with what you have working and never upgrade your kernel unless you are a professional programmer and can compile it yourself" where Linux is concerned. Meaning, I never get a security update for my OS if I want to keep using it. Mod note: I have split this from a hardware post to this area, a more appropriate discussion forum. Everyone be polite with your responses. Consider it an educational opportunity! Ixthusdan Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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