From: Alex Lyashkov (shadow_at_psoft.net)
Date: Thu 19 Aug 2004 - 14:33:23 BST
В Чтв, 19.08.2004, в 15:46, Ehab Heikal пишет:
> Yes I know most of the time this is the case, but still I would feel
> more comfortable buying such a product if I could do a RH 2.4X kernel.
> Does any one know how or if it has already been done?
see FreeVPS home page - www.freevps.com.
This product based at RH EL kernels and have many additions as compared
with VServer. As full separated per VPS ipv4 stack (include
iptables/routings and virtual network devices), CPU QoS.
> Arne Blankerts wrote:
> >On Tue, 2004-08-17 at 14:35, Ehab Heikal wrote:
> >>Has anyone patched the RedHat kernels rather than plainvanilla
> >>kernel.org kernels? Are there any problems with it? Are they available
> >>for download anywhere?
> >>I need them since a specific driver supports only RH kernels or so its
> >>vendor says.
> >If that's not a binary-only driver, that's pretty much going to be
> >bullshit. They may only "support" offical rh-kernels, but the driver is
> >supposed to work in any kernel of the same version.
> >Mit freundlichen Grüßen/Regards,
> > Arne Blankerts
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