From: Adam H. Pendleton (fmonkey_at_fmonkey.net)
Date: Fri 28 Mar 2003 - 19:07:04 GMT
These RPMS are not exactly up-to-date, since there has been a RedHat kernel
release since they were built, but I will be building newer packages
tonight, so you can always check back then.
On Fri, 28 Mar 2003 10:20:35 -0800, James Maxwell - Systems Administrator
> Hi there, yup newbie, here's the specs:
> rh7.3 fresh install
> kernel-2.4.18-3 + kernel-source-2.4.18-3
> Downloaded vserver-0.22*.rpms
> Downloaded kernel-2.4.20ctx-16.tar.gz
> Installation problem, I'm baffled over the kernel versions between what
> is offered from redhat and yours. Since there isnt a correlation between
> them, I had thought the latest compiled vserver kernel kernel-2.4.20ctx-
> 16 would include also initrd file.
> Not sure what to do? Go find vanilla 2.4.20 kernel and compile it or find
> a redhat kernel source (2.4.18-27)? I'm not even sure rh 2.4.18-27 is
> equivalent to 2.4.20, can someone enlighten me on this?
> James Maxwell
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