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Before installation of Intel536ep modem I must install kernel sources. Was able to do that with # urpmi in MDK 10.0, but tried # yum install kernel-source in FC2 and ...
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    install kernel source in FC2


    Before installation of Intel536ep modem I must install kernel sources. Was able to do that with # urpmi in MDK 10.0, but tried # yum install kernel-source in FC2 and it is looking for a website. Are these files not on the FC2 install disks?
    Any help appreciated
    Thanks

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    Re: install kernel source in FC2

    Quote Originally Posted by Trio3b
    Before installation of Intel536ep modem I must install kernel sources. Was able to do that with # urpmi in MDK 10.0, but tried # yum install kernel-source in FC2 and it is looking for a website. Are these files not on the FC2 install disks?
    Any help appreciated
    Thanks
    In your GNOME menu, you should have an option to install extra software.
    This should show you the same install menu as during your installation.
    Under development and kernel, you should find your kernel-source...

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    kernel source

    That was it -
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