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Re: [opensuse-security] Kernel Update for 11.1



<suggestion orthodox="false">

 
 Well, I know this is awful, bad, irreponsable, and so on, but, how about:
 
     strings /boot/vmlinuz | grep 2.6
 
 
 just check your kernel "directly".
 
 </suggestion>
 
 ariel
 
 El 15/01/10 14:25, Togan Muftuoglu escribiÃ:
 > Jon Clausen wrote:
 >   
 >> I think Marcus was referring to the gyrations one sometimes has to perform
 >> in order to compile stuff which uses the uname command to get the kernel
 >> version, but misinterprets the result(?)
 >>
 >> What do you get from
 >>
 >> which uname
 >>     
 > toganm@mobile:/tmp> which uname -a
 > /bin/uname
 >
 > toganm@mobile:/tmp> which uname -a |xargs rpm -qf
 > coreutils-6.12-32.10
 >
 >
 >   
 >> Does it report something else if you use the full path?
 >>
 >> What's under /lib/modules?
 >>     
 > toganm@mobile:/tmp> l /lib/modules/
 > total 8
 > drwxr-xr-x 26 root root 1000 Jan 15 09:04 ./





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