Once you wrote about "Q: How do I get from the latest stable kernel version to the late st prepatch version ?":
HS> According to http://www.kernel.org, the latest stable kernel version is
HS> 2.4.2. The latest prepatch version is 2.4.3-pre3.
HS> In order to get a full 2.4.3-pre8 kernel do I have to:
HS> A. download linux-2.4.2.tar.gz and all the patch-2.4.3-preX.gz and apply
HS> them in succession or,
HS> B. download linux-2.4.3.tar.gz (exists ?) and then apply the all patches or,
HS> C. download linux-2.4.3-pre7.tar.gz (exists ?) and apply only
HS> patch-2.4.3-pre8.gz ?
Download 2.4.2 and then apply 2.4.3-preX (latest) on it... that's it.
You might want to visit http://kernelnewbies.org . They have some good docs
-- Best regards, Leonid Mamtchenkov System Administrator
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