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Is there an rpm for that (kernel-source? -- yum didn't pull up anything 
if I recall) or do I get the bz2 file from kernel.org?

~Mark

Jon Lewis wrote:
> On Sun, 29 Apr 2007, Mark Oden wrote:
>
>> Well, that question was inherently answered; no I don't have the 
>> complete source.  For the first architecture (with CentOS installed) 
>> I used a kernel-devel rpm, should I have used another?
>
> Kernel-devel is going to be header files needed for building modules.  
> You need the actual kernel source if you want to patch a kernel module 
> or apply a patch to the kernel that adds a new module.
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