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Re: ltmodem for 2.2r4

> derek_broughton@hotmail.com said:
> > Well, there's no real requirement to change your kernel when you
> > install Debian.  I'd make sure you keep the old kernel around, and
> > make sure before
> ... and make sure the LTmodem code is actually compiled into the kernel,
> just into a module, otherwise you will have to worry about the module
> stuff too - actually I don't know what all the files are which are
involved in
> that case. I do recommend having ALL the modules you will want to rely on
> after rebooting, compiled into the kernel.

If you're actually going to do that then you're recompiling your kernel and
this whole thing stops being an issue because you get the ltmodem source,
not a binary package.

I wouldn't even think of compiling modem code into the kernel.  In large
part because I don't know what files were involved, either. :-)

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