Hi - I don't normally wander anywhere near the kernel software so please
forgive my ignorance. I am running OpenSuSE Leap 15.1 (recently
upgraded) on a system that I use in connection with my ham radio hobby.
I am trying to get the ax.25 communication layer going over an RS232
link and the software I use is complaining that the mkiss kernel module
is missing. In the past I think this was simply included in the default
kernel module so I don't understand why it doesn't seem to be playing
nice anymore. Has it been moved to a separate package and if so how do
I find it and get it installed? YaST and other tools don't seem to have
a clue... Google ain't helping either!
Any help would be greatly appreciated! (and please don't simple tell me
what I need to do, I am venturing into unknown territory here, so actual
commands and examples, like pictures, are worth a thousand words!)
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