Originally Posted by meskalamdug
Only kernel is a little old..
will work with newest kernels?
2.6.33..or pv git kernel?
CentOS5 is based on RHEL5.
The kernel version number is somewhat irrelevant in RHEL as Red Hat backports updates to a stable kernel ABI over the life of the product. So no, it's not really old, it's totally current in Red Hat's world - there was an update last week, and next week will see the release of RHEL5.5 which brings even more backported features and driver updates.
I have no idea if that method works with the latest mainline kernel releases - you'd have to ask the Fedora crowd - I was just passing on the information