Daniel Rychlik wrote:
Is it a good idea to recompile my kernel after the
installation and everything
is running great? Iam trying to get ride of some annoying kernel errors as
well as speed up the boot process. Any suggestions?
This is really rather offtopic for this group, but I'll go for it anyway.
I have had problems when compiling recent SuSE kernels, I usually get
compile errors - mostly in the emulation-of-other-binaries area. Since
the SuSE kernels work quite well anyway, I am not sure it is worth it.
Standard (unmodified by SuSE) kernels are easier to compile, but you
will be missing things like the alsa sound modules unless you apply all
of the patches.
Bottom line is: I recompile on the servers at work because I want
complete control over what is there, I leave desktop machines alone
opinions personal, facts suspect.