rebuilding kernel

Janina Sajka janina at
Sun Dec 16 10:30:04 EST 2001

Actually there is a little difference inasmuch as Redhat has gone ahead 
and included ext3 as an option with Redhat 7.2. So, if you've gone ext3, 
and you compile a stock kernel from, you will not be able 
to mount your drives with that kernel.
 On Sat, 15 Dec 2001, Darrell 
Shandrow wrote:

> Hi Dave,
> There should be no difference in the kernel among Linux 
> distributions.  Just go to for the Linux kernel, then 
> build and install it from there.  Of course, if you want Speakup, you'll 
> need to be sure to patch the Kernel as needed.
> Regards.
> At 08:22 PM 12/15/2001 -0500, you wrote:
> >Where can I find the sources from which the "installation" Redhat 7.2
> >kernel was built?  In order to install drivers form my sound card (an
> >Aureal 8820), I need to build a kernel with sound "built in", not as a
> >module.
> >
> >-Dave
> >
> >
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