>>>>> "Roberto" == Roberto Sanchez <email@example.com> writes: Roberto> They will work just fine. I simply downloaded the 2.4.20 Roberto> source from the Debian website, configured, and compiled. BTW, Roberto> I had never compiled a kernel before and did not find it to be Roberto> too difficult. If you use make-kpkg (in the kernel-package package), it is really easy. Roberto> It took me a couple of trys becuase I did not understand what Roberto> each and every option meant, but it wasn't anything that Roberto> reading a good newbie oriented HOWTO couldn't cure. The config for your currently installed kernels can be found in /boot/config-*. Copy that into your kernel tree as .config, and that should give you reasonable defaults for everything. Then make a "make oldconfig" to be prompted for any new config options that were not present in the old kernel (mostly new hardware support). Then do a "make menuconfig" or "make xconfig" to tweak the options that you know need changing. -- Hubert Chan <firstname.lastname@example.org> - http://www.uhoreg.ca/ PGP/GnuPG key: 1024D/124B61FA Fingerprint: 96C5 012F 5F74 A5F7 1FF7 5291 AF29 C719 124B 61FA Key available at wwwkeys.pgp.net. Encrypted e-mail preferred.
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