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Re: Why kernel source is not in Distribution that is installed



On Tue, Nov 09, 2004 at 04:39:55PM -0600, Otto Haliburton wrote:
> I don't know what you mean by 'hijack' that is besides the point.

Don't "Reply" to a subject that is unrelated to your question.  That
causes the "In-Reply-To" header to refer to the old thread, causing
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> The discussion that I am trying to bring up has to do with an issue
> that often is comes as a complaint.  The RPM does not install the
> source in the correct location from the src.rpm and quite often the

Correct location for what?  You can compile the kernel anywhere.  I
suppose you want /usr/src/glibc next, so you can recompile that too.


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