RE: No can do on the new Redhat Kernel...

  • To: Dan Vietor
  • Subject: RE: No can do on the new Redhat Kernel...
  • From: "David B. Bukowski" <davebb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2001 12:39:53 -0500 (CDT)
Well Robert, As i've posted in a previous response, Debian linux which i'm
using doesn't seem to have a problem, but then again i'm not using their
premade kernel.  So it doesn't come down to distribution sounds
like.  I've just compiled my own kernel from source off of  Running kernel version 2.4.9.  Last I saw it was 2.4.10,
but its probably up to .11 now.  So I'll be upgrading soon.  System loads
aren't too high.  Only time is from quick and massive data bursts and lots
of radar images all at once.

On Wed, 24 Oct 2001, Robert Mullenax wrote:

 So is this recurring problem with new kernels limited to RedHat,
or do other Linux distributions see the same problem when new kernels
are compiled?  I am not making comments here, just curious as I figure
I had better start getting more familiar with the newer Linux versions.


-----Original Message-----
> From: Gilbert Sebenste
Cc: ldm-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: 10/23/01 11:02 PM

On Tue, 23 Oct 2001, Dan Vietor wrote:

> I'm installing RedHat 7.2 and will be running the LDM.  I'll let you
> know how it works out.

Thanks. I have been so busy, I didn't even notice that it came out!
Time to upgrade...

Gilbert Sebenste
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