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How to update Knoppix kernel

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Hello,

I am using Knoppix 5.3 with kernel 2.6.24.4. Is there a way to make a new Knoppix disk with kernel 2.6.27?

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Question by:PennCharter
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apt-get -u update
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the reason I need to make a new CD with kernel 2.6.27 is that my network driver is supported with that kernel version.

apt-get will not work because I have no network connection. How can I make a new Knoppix CD with kernel 2.6.27?
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google for "remastering knoppix"

which is what you are asking for

here is the first url that came up, http://www.knoppix.net/wiki/Knoppix_Remastering_Howto

have fun

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