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And if there isn't the exact version of the kernel-source in urpmi ? (myne is 2.6.13.2)...
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    And if there isn't the exact version of the kernel-source in urpmi ? (myne is 2.6.13.2)

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    this is what i get
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    [root@localhost elspuddy]# urpmq kernel-s
    no package named kernel-s
    The following packages contain kernel-s:
    kernel-smp-2.4.28.0.rc1.5mdk
    kernel-smp-2.6.12.12mdk
    kernel-source-2.6
    kernel-source-stripped-2.6
    thats all ym kernel option

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    what i meant is type urpmq kernel-s* no spaces, and the * character need be there,
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    i did, it said to could not find any packages call kernel-s*

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    try kernel*
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    Guys, what if there isn't a exact kernel-source for my kernel ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by david_b.
    Guys, what if there isn't a exact kernel-source for my kernel ?
    How did you update your kernel? Did you use urpmi, or did you compile? If you used urpmi, it should be available, if you compiled, when you copied over the files to /lib/modules, the sources would have been copied there.
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    Re: nvidia drivers

    Quote Originally Posted by Elspuddy
    bar the tutorial at http://www.linuxforums.org/tutorials...ial-30960.html is there and other ones about ??
    You may find the following link useful:
    http://www.penguinpusher.org/node/35/

    If you need help setting up urpmi, see http://www.penguinpusher.org/node/15

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    I updated it with urpm, but still kernel-source isn't there (I mean the exact version) !

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    try with generic 2.6 kerne, else download an rpm from http://rpm.pbone.net or look around for kernel-sources or headers
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