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can some tell me if I am going wrong here, but to move the kernel which I downloaded and burned to disk, then saved in /home/dir..., can you tell me ...
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    problems with the move command "mv"


    can some tell me if I am going wrong here, but to move the kernel which I downloaded and burned to disk, then saved in /home/dir..., can you tell me if I am going wrong with usin... "mv linux-2.6.10.tar.gz/usr/src. <<<<<<<<<<is this incorrect??

    if it is can some kind personage please tell me where I am going wrong.

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    Im gonna assume that your in the directory that has the linux kernel gz file in it.
    Code:
    mv linux-2.6.10.tar.gz /usr/src
    note the space between the file and the directory.
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