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looking for kernel sources & headers

Posted on 2006-06-19
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hi!

i'm looking desesperately for 2.6.9-5 smp kernel sources and headers. I've found normal version sources, but can't find SMP version. Anyone can help me plz?
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When you compile a new kernel from the kernel sources, all you need to do is to configure the kernel for SMP support. For that you don't need special smp sources (The kernel source includes the complete kernel).

http://kernel.org/
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