Using the 2.6 Kernel with Your Current System
Linux Devices talks about how to use a 2.6 Kernel with our current system.
"If you are creating a system that can boot and run both 2.4 and 2.6-based kernels, and your Linux vendor does not provide updated and flexible startup and shutdown scripts, conditionalizing your startup scripts based on the version of the kernel that is booting is an excellent solution. The easiest way to do this is to set an environment variable based on the identity of the running kernel, as in the following example: ..."
(Submitted by Noel Wed Feb 25, 2004 )
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