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I have Suse Linux 9.1 and the kernel that came with it...
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- 01-24-2005 #1
Is it safe to update the Linux kernel
- 01-24-2005 #2
Yes, it is.
- 01-24-2005 #3
On the suse letters this talks about the kernel
On Wednesday 05 January 2005 3:51 pm, Branimir Vasilic wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I am losing it a bit with these kernel update problems. I have four
(3 at work and 1 at home) running 9.2 or 9.1 with the 2.6.8-24.10 kernel.
>> I lost some files before I realized what was going and I am really not happy
>> about this. Has anybody else seen this problem? Is there anything else I can
>> do other then reverting to an older version of the kernel?
I've had similar problems, including the smb_add_request timing out. So I
reverted to the older kernel. I also had a problem with the ethernet module
on my motherboard (Via Rhine) being unable to communicate with that newer
kernel. And apparently 2.6.8 also causes permissions problems with using
k3b as non-root.
Hate to say it, but it looks like 2.6.8 is a big loser, judging from your post
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- 01-24-2005 #4
2.6.8 had some issues, but 2.6.10 is the latest stable, so I'd use that (in fact...I do! )."Time is an illusion. Lunchtime, doubly so."
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- 01-24-2005 #5
- 01-24-2005 #6Originally Posted by cheetahman
- 01-24-2005 #7
What do you mean by this? Reconfiguring or Reinstalling your 3D drivers
- 01-24-2005 #8
the nvidia (and i think ATI) drivers are built using the kernel you use. so if u update ur kernel, u might need to reinstall the nvidia (and maybe ATI) drivers.
- 01-25-2005 #9
would getting the up to date current drivers work
- 01-25-2005 #10Originally Posted by cheetahman