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SuSE have an RPM at
which has the sources for the kernel modules in it. I am at work ATM so I
cannot be sure if it will compile and install them itself from it's
post-install script (which would be rather cool), or if it (more likely) just
shoves them on your hard drive and leaves you to it.
It puts the sources in /usr/src/kernel-modules/drm/, according to rpm -qpl, so
it should be safe for debian/slackware people to alien.
Those with RPM based systems should have no problem.
I would not recommend installing SuSEs binary packages on a redhat or mandrake
system. or vice versa, especially for such a core component as X, but there is
little to go wrong here.
I hope this is of use to all those who have asked about it in the recent past,
but please, please, try and use a mirror where possible.
echo bzidd@... | tr "bizndfohces" "pwgd9ociaku"
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