Praise be, Redhat released RPM updates for compatibility with the 2.2
kernel... I'm going back for a nother try at getting up to the 2.2.1 kernel,
but I now need to use a boot disk with this old 486/bios. But that's another
story, lets just say I'm going to use a boot disk and live with it for now.
Anyhow, once I manage to get a zimage of the kernel done this afternoon,
what do I have to do to my boot disk to make sure my module symbolic links
and all that jazz are up to date for a multi-kernel lilo boot. I only dimly
had that process down with a bootable hard drive, and I'm a little foggy on
whether an exact analogous procedure exists for boot disks.