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From RH 8 to a kernel that supports CIFS

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I have a Linux box up and running using Red Hat 8.0

For various reasons I need a Kernel that supports CIFS.  I don't know how to do it or where to get the necessary "bits" to do it.

Any help is appreciated.


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Probably the cleanest solution would be to upgrade to Fedora Core 2.
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