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The Linux ABI patch with SUSE 10?

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HI, I have a client who wishes to run and application on SUSE 10. Apparently it needs The Linux ABI patch  to run correctly. I'm new to Linux, (and therefore SUSE) and I need to know how to install this patch??

From what I have read so far, it seems to be for old Kernels? And require a Kernel rebuild? - that seems scary for a Linux beginner!

Any help graetly appreciated.
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Matt
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"The Linux ABI patch..." ?

From what I can tell, that went by the boards with the 2.4 kernel.  

As far as I can tell, the Linux Standard Base specification includes the ELF spec that has System V ABI.  Like, it's already in the 2.6x kernel that's in SLES 10.

If I'm mistaken, I hope someone tells me...
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