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how to Configure kernel sources in Mandrake 8,

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I need to configure the kernel sources for Mandrake 8.0  I am new in this, I need some help on how to do it. I downloade the file patch 2.4.18 will this work or is the file I need in the cd's


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Pedro
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try gunzip 0.9.3.tar.gz  (.gz is a gzip file)

this will produce 0.9.3.tar

then tar xvf 0.9.3.tar

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you may have tried this, but since there haven't been many responses, you can review the linux howto on kernel compiling:

http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Kernel-HOWTO.html
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