I bought Redhat 6.0 a while back. I installed it, got it working, and haven't done much with it since.
Today, for the first time, I decided to compile the latest kernel (2.2.14) (was 2.2.5-15).
That actually went pretty well. But I have two questions:
1. The compressed image file is located in /boot. Also in that directory is a System.map file. While the system booted, I got a lot of warnings like "System.map has incorrect kernel version" This wasn't mentioned in the HOWTO. How do I fix this?
2. After that, when I 'startx', the GNOME/Enlightenment stuff comes up, and I get the "Warning, you're logging in as root - you can mess up the filesystem, blablabla" dialog that I always get, but now when I hit OK, the desktop icons appear, immediately disappear, then the dialog comes back. I can keep doing this over and over, but would rather not.
Any help would be appreciated.