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Thursday, February 5th, 2004

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Slackware (upgradepkg)
OK, I ran upgradepkg (then the .tgz file) to the files I wanted to update... well I don't even remember all the things I upgraded on my Slackware 9.1, but I know I upgraded the kernel source, module and other stuff to 2.2.4 where it use to be 2.2.2
Problem being, when I finished updating, I exited and now I can't boot back up into Linux cuz it says that the folder /etc/src/Linux-2.2.2 is missing or something like that. So what do I do... and what are you suppose to do after you updated your software? And IF you do something is it just for the kernel?

Thanks :)
I found this enjoyable:

A living, breathing oxymoron
"Free Software can only remain healthy with your financial support" -- http://www.mandrakelinux.com/en/ftp.php3
My CCNA will be expiring this summer, and in addition to renewing or upgrading that, I'm considering trying for a linux related certification. I've come across a few googling, but I'm having a hard time trying to figure out which would be the most useful. So I guess my question is what would the "best" linux cert be, or would there be a better way to try to enter the linux career field?

I know redhat's cert is widely known, but I'd prefer not to box myself into a particular distro, but if I had to my choice would probably be debian. Any suggestions?
Some random troll decided to flame me about linux stuff. Read and heckle

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