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LILO and Red Hat Linux 6.2 Kernal

Ming Chow wrote:
> I have FINALLY installed Red Hat 6.2 on my PC.  However, two versions of the
> kernal were installed vmlinuz.... regular and vmlinuz...of some SMB version.
>   The regular version works on my machine, but the SMB version give me
> kernel panics.  What is this kernal, and what does SMB stand for?


I haven't used 6.2 myself, but I'm guessing SMP for Symetric
MultiProcessing.  SMB usually refers to Server Message Block, which is
something else altogether unrelated to the kernel.

So if you have a uniprocessor computer, and you run a multiprocessing
kernel, what happens?  Well, to tell the truth, I really don't know. 
But maybe kernel panics...
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