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I've just installed RH 3.  Running the uname -r I get back 2.4.21-2 and I need -4.0.1.
I've gone into the Red Hat Network to try using their automatic updates but can't find it.
Can someone give me the url  or some navigation to the point where RHN will update everything automatically?
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What you need to do is to register the system with the RedHat Network. From a Gui desktop simply click on the up2date icon on the task bar or execute up2date in a terminal window and it will guide you through the process.

Note that the default up2date config won't update the kernel and you'll want to remove that restriction.
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