[driverloader] Fedora Core 3 test 3?

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Wed Oct 13 16:45:56 EDT 2004


Fedora Core 3 is not yet officially supported since it's still in 
testing. however, no users reported problems with Fedora Core 3 so far, 
so you will probably be able to install DriverLoader with the generic 
RPM package. Before you install this package, please make sure that you 
have 'gcc' as well as the 'kernel-source' packages installed on your 

The kernel of Fedora Core 3 are probably 4K stacks kernel like in Fedora 
Core 2 so if you have a Windows XP driver which requires more than 4K of 
stacks, you will need to use a fresh kernel from 
'http://www.kernel.org' instead. It is also possible that you will be 
able to install a 16K stacks kernel of Fedora Core 2 we offer from at :



Jonathan Baron wrote:
> Has anyone tried driverloader in FC3 test 3?  I'm thinking of
> putting on my laptop.  This is the one thing giving me pause.
> I guess it would involve using the generic version.  But does it
> work?
> I've tried some of the new components by updating from "devel"
> with yum, and I am very impressed.  Gnome is much faster, for
> example (and horrendously slow to start on my laptop now, hence
> my eagerness to switch).
> Jon

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