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SubjectRe: Regarding KDB for REDHAT9.0
On 7/19/05, Keith Owens <kaos@sgi.com> wrote:
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> Sorry, not available. RedHat do not want kdb so SGI do not do KDB
> patches against RedHat distributions. Use SuSE instead, that has KDB
> built in.
>

I want to add one more thing, you can compile your own kernel with KDB
patch applied .... if u really want to use KDB on Redhat ...... And I
think you can also try to apply patch of KDB for 2.4.20 on the Redhat
kenel, that might succeed if redhat havn't changed anything in the
files of 2.4.20 kernel in which KDB patches or make changes .........

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Fawad Lateef
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