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    i dont know the linux kernel include directory where is it in mandrake?? or is there a place for me to download iproute rpm? also what is the difference between iproute and ip route2?
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    Kernel source is usually in /usr/src/<kernel version> You may have to install it from your CD's.

    Google for iproute + rpm and you'll find what you're looking for.

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    iprout2 is simply a newer more secure/stable release of iproute.
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    hey thanx for the help it seems i didnt have kernel sources installed i thought it would get installed automatically in mandrake setup so anyways thanxx..
    by the way i cannot find mdk 10 rpm package for iproute on the net..

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    If you have the disks, it's on there. Otherwise use urpmi.

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