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ksridhar231

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hi,
I have installed redhat linux 2.4.20-8 on i686..and i would like to conifure my Network interface card.
When am tring to do that , am not finding my kernel source tree.?

How to get that and what all the steps(build/make/install) before i configure my NIC card.
I dont see anything in /usr/src/

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Sridhar
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solved..!!

I have installed the kernel package.Now i can see the kernel source tree.

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