adamw Posted April 2, 2005 Report Share Posted April 2, 2005 There's a single kernel-source .rpm, and tens of different kernel rpms (i586, i686, up, smp, 1GB, 4GB, 64GB...you do the math). Obviously, you'll have to set the right build options to get the exact binary kernel you get from installing kernel-whatever binary package! It's a complicated situation. However, it ought to work as a source tree against which modules can be built for any of the MDK kernel RPMs. If you find a situation in which this is not the case, by all means, file a bug. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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