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Re: hernel problems

> When you switch kernels, you'll have to switch modules too. The modules
> are not in the "linux" file, they're in the installation disks. If the
> kernel you get with the installation disks (usually called
> "bootfloppies") doesn't work, you'll have to create your own bootfloppies
> -- or find someone that wants to do it for you.

No. You don't have to do this, since they are already made as images. You 
can't use actual floppies, since no one has yet figured out or written a 
driver for the floppy drive. I recommend that you stick with what works 
without the modules, as you can install them later after the core install has 
been accomplished. 


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