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Got a question that you'd like Shadowman to answer? Ask him.
Eric Z. scratched and banged his head before asking:
Mike S. weebled and wobbled, then wrote down:
Even though Shadowman has changed her mailing address, the selection of the month kept coming.
rpm -e old_kernel(s)That will take the extra files out of /boot and the /etc/grub.conf file (and boot menu). Shadowman always leaves one version older in tact, just in case.
To Floyd, Floyd all null and void, Shadowman Says: 'grep -r string /*', you might want to add '> output.txt' since you'll likely get more hits than the screen can hold.
To Stephan F., who wanted P4 on 6.1, Shadowman Says: Nuh uh. You'll have to come up to the 7 series or later for that.
To Nagesh, who has the xmms source, Shadowman Says: rpmbuild –rebuild name_of.src.rpm and look in /usr/src/redhat/RPMS for the binary.
To Justin T., who wanted to know when Red Hat 8.1 was coming out, Shadowman Says: Shadowman hates to be the one to break it to you, Justin, you seem like such a nice kid and all, but... Never.
And To Amitabha R., who says "I love you, Shadowman", Shadowman Says: I love ya right back. But, if you call my house again at 2AM, we can't be friends anymore.