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Kernel Question

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by PyRoAcIdK, Feb 27, 2005.

  1. PyRoAcIdK

    PyRoAcIdK Active Member

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    Hi guys, im currently running rh9 with the newest kernel (from yum update) i think its 2.4.20-31.9

    i recently compiled the newest 2.4 kernel 2.4.29!

    i havent restarted (due to high uptime 31 dayz YAY), but was wondering if anyone had any problems running that kernel?

    thanx guys! :confused:


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    why would i want to upgrade to centos when i know redhat ? and not centos, plus im not sure if its supported
     
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    hmm.. you should read about Centos (which is basically is redhat enterprise for free)

    http://www.centos.org/
     
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    Well, you should upgrade in my opinion because updates come out for rh9 from fedoralegacy or progeny.. what happens when they stop releasing updates?? Your stuck thats what. Fedora legacy already dropped rh7.1 and rh 8 0_0

    Centos is basically the same os as rh9. Its based off of redhat enterprise. Commands are the same, you can use rh9 rpms (usually) on centos etc.
     
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