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Subject : Re: [opensuse] mkiss kernel module missing
Message-ID : <3ab248eb-9898-8595-6a6f-86cd68ad9b2c(a)telefonica.net>
Date & Time: Fri, 1 May 2020 14:54:49 +0200
[CER] == "Carlos E. R." <robin.listas(a)telefonica.net> has written:
CER> > Can you manage it?
CER> > If so, please show your own method for him
CER> Yes, I will, but I'm waiting for him to comment first if method B with dkms
CER> works or not for him, or if he wants to try method C instead
CER> (which is what I would do).
I couldn't understand the difference between Plan B and Plan C.
What's the difference?
CER> > No, just one patch only.
CER> The entire kernel has lots of patches. It is not about a single
CER> module. I can not recommend downloading the kernel from upstream.
I'd like know what mekes your convinced, that
"The entire kernel has lots of patches" do apply to the mkiss's
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