Sometime Today, S. Krishnan assembled some asciibets to say:
It may not be a good idea, but things are not going to
work if you
don't - compiles will keep breaking. As for why, I guess Red Hat
knows, but I don't - this is just something that I have observed
Oh, ok. Redhat problem. Ya, the first thing I do when I install a new
system is to uninstall the redhat kernel. You've got to remove the
kernel sources, and headers, but leave the entry in the rpm database.
Then install the latest kernel - after checking reviews of course.
Then, run up2date to upgrade everything.
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