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Old 02-11-04, 08:18 AM   #4
BarkingBonefish
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I used my kernel name from 'uname -r', a command I got off another post on this forum. Mine was 2.4.21-4.EL.

Look in /lib/modules/ and there should be a directory with your kernel source in it, named after said kernel source. If not, get the kernel source installed (I used Red Hat 9, so there was a kernel source RPM for this - you may want to ask the forum about how to do this if you are using some other version).

I got the kernel name thing from another post as well. You may want to search around a bit, as I have lost the link.

Hope that helps.
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