/usr/src not writable?
Hello, I am using Slack 10.1 and I am bored today so I decided to overhaul it's oldish kernel. I went to kernel.org and tried to download their latest stable 2.6 kernel, when I went to save it to /usr/src it says "/usr/src is not writable" I don't get it.. how can I change permissions to /usr/src? It's not a specific file. Thanks for the help.
You are aware that /usr/src is not writable to users, and you have to be as root?
If not, just download the copy into $HOME as a user and then root can copy it in /usr/src and play with it ;)
ohh.. ok, thanks.
Well I'm off to try the new kernel, thanks again.