On Sun, 31 Mar 2002 16:57:11 -0500, Scott wrote to ... Remember that Red Hat tends to put stuff in odd directories. Maybe the directoryMessage 1 of 33 , Apr 1, 2002View SourceOn Sun, 31 Mar 2002 16:57:11 -0500, Scott <scottro@...> wrote to
> You can add in kernel-sources and kernel-headers from the CD's. However,Remember that Red Hat tends to put stuff in odd directories.
> I'm not sure if you have to then compile from scratch, or if you're given
> the default configuration. Maybe someone else can answer that.
Maybe the directory you should cd to is in fact /usr/src/linux-2.4.7-10 or
what ever RH has decided to call the version.
# cd /usr/src/linux-$(uname -r)
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... AFAIK means As Far As I Know . It s an acronym. For some of the most common, check: http://andres980.tripod.com/abreviaciones.html It will give you anMessage 33 of 33 , Apr 11, 2002View SourceAt 06:10 AM 4/2/2002 -0800, you wrote:
> I have a cd burner, but this is the first I'm hearing about the AFAIKAFAIK means "As Far As I Know". It's an acronym. For some of the most
> software. I can just burn whatever comes down the pipe to a cd, though,
> correct? I don't need to format it in any way?
It will give you an idea of what some of the acronyms mean. Also check the
program /usr/games/wtf (I think). It also defines some acronyms.
And for your question, yes, you can burn it as a data CD.