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    Where did you get it from?
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    I was told to find the RPM from the RedHat site. In downloads on the bottom of the page.

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    So are you running linux on fat32? If not how are you planning on getting the rpm to linux? Also is that a AMD only update?
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    Im running Linux on the NTFS partition that I created. I burned the RPM to a cd and took it into RedHat.

    And it said nothing about AMD, but was for i686. Not sure if that is just for Pentium or not.

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    Well, this is my first post from Linux. I got a bad kernel when I downloaded the 2.4.20-19.9 kernel, but after I got the 2.4.20-8 kernel, it all installed fine. I got the modem driver, and am now connected to the web through RedHat

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    Awsome. well glad to see you made it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hotwheelz
    Well, this is my first post from Linux.
    Welcome to the other side...
    \"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.\"
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    So the moral of the story is on new installs and with a hardware issue, update your kernel first before begining the long hunt the the issue?
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    thats what i would say to do since i have seen it help now for a modem and my sound card. its worth a shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fastlanwan
    So the moral of the story is on new installs and with a hardware issue, update your kernel first before begining the long hunt the the issue?
    I would. Id look to update to a kernel that it looks like you can find drivers for most of the hardware you need. I had a problem going to the 2.4.20-19.9, so I went to 2.4.20-8 because it looked like most things had a driver for it. And it worked

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