that would make sense I guess. i'ms orry for sounding like such a newb, but how would i install the kernal-source.rpm?
I know i installed something dealing with a kernal from yast2 on the update feature. And i start yast2 and I go to online update and I clicked on this thing that said kernel source, and it said taht installing it would have no effect. So i did it anyways because thats what somebody said to do and it made no difference. I must be missing something obvious.
Is there a place i can download the newest kernal-source RPM, and then i can just try to install it with Yast2 i guess.