>How can I fix this.
>I have a walnut creek 2 disk cd-rom set with slackware version 3.0. I
>was able to install it with no trouble. Then I installed a beta copy of
>the Pick D3 database. The pick product requires slackware 1.2.13. The
>pick install went smoothly until I relinked the kernal. After the relink
>the kernal had been changed to a version higher than 1.2.13 and pick
>What can I do to ensure that the newly compiled kernal remains at level
The AP/Linux beta requires things to be in the a.out format. Slackware
3.0 is ELF based. You need an older version of Slackware (2.4) or contact
PICK Systems about the current D3 product (D3/ProPlus). D3 ProPlus should
install on the latest Slackware running a 2.0.x kernel. (FYI,
D3/ProPlus is compose of 2 components, a minilinux and ``D3/Linux'').
D3/ProPlus is a production product (vs a beta) and includes many bug
fixes and enhancements.
As for your question, you need to download the 1.2.13 kernel sources.
(sunsite.unc.edu, tsx-11.mit.edu or other mirrors).
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