I am currently using an "unmodified" Red Hat 5.0 with kernel 2.0.32.
I wish to upgrade to kernel 2.0.36.I would appreciate your comments
concerning the relative merits/demerits of the following two approaches:
1. Download and install the RPM's of the kernel and modules from the 5.0
updates directory.Edit /etc/lilo.conf appropriately. Make new bootdisk with
new kernel. Remove old kernel/modules RPM's after verifying that new kernel
2. Obtain Red Hat 5.2 CD and choose " upgrade" option.
At this time, I do not need to recompile my kernel.