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    Sco Kernel Module


    In which version of Ubuntu is sco kernel module present?
    It will be present in /lib/modules/<kernel>/kernel/net/bluetooth/ folder(sco.ko), I found that it is not present in Ubuntu 9.04, can anyone help me on it.

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    Linux Guru Rubberman's Avatar
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    It depends upon how the kernel was configured. For example, by default it is not configured into the normal CentOS kernels, but is in the CentOS-Plus kernels and can be configured into your own kernel if you want to. My guess is that Ubuntu does not include it by default and that if you want it you will have to install the kernel sources and reconfigure it to include that driver.
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    Thanks for the reply.

    Ubuntu-9.04 uses kernel version 2.6.28-19-generic, so which kernel version should I download and build, so that it is compatible with ubuntu-9.04??

    I checked official kernel website, but it says is the latest kernel version in 2.6.28 series

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