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Your information was support as well as challenge.
In combination with jlevies expert guidance
it helped me to find a way out of my ' kernel confusion '

Thank you.

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any time. I might have told you about the bugs in 2.4.2, did I?  if you download 2.4.3 , you will need to upgrade your gcc also available from redhat updates.  i think it  is 2.96-somthing.  
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Good idea !
Thanks for the tip

& see you later

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