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".
El 15/01/10 14:25, Togan Muftuoglu escribió:
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
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 ./