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sometimes distros will modify the kernel code, so i wouldn't be suprised if the slackware 2.6.10 is a little bit different from the kernel.org 2.6.10...
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    sometimes distros will modify the kernel code, so i wouldn't be suprised if the slackware 2.6.10 is a little bit different from the kernel.org 2.6.10
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    No

    Slackware uses standard kernel.org kernels.

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    Thank you Megatron!! That worked like a charm with no praying involved!

    Now to getting the wireless card working will be another story....


    Thanks,
    Robert

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    Megatron

    I've tried those steps before, and I immediately lose sound. I notice in /testing that there are updates for alsa sound for the new kernel as well, but what I wonder is, if I installpkg or upgradepkg them, will that then wipe out sound for the 2.4.29 kernel?

    Nick.

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    I followed those instructions to the "T" and had a kernel panic. *scratches head* fresh install was performed.

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