Moving from 2.0 to 2.2 kernel

Howard Lowndes lannet at
Sun Jul 29 00:29:48 EST 2001

The libraries will be different.

2.0.x had ipfwadm
2.2.x has ipchains and I think can handle ipfwadm
2.4.x has iptables as well as being able to handle ipfwadm and ipchains

If it's an RH system then you should be able to do a package upgrade,
probably the same with Debian.  Other than that you are probably on your

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On Sun, 29 Jul 2001, PsyeX wrote:

> I have a nice old net-router i've been using since ever, its running 2.0.34
> at the moment, and I think its long due for an upgrade. I dont really want
> to do a complete reinstallation, so is there a quick/easy way I can just
> download the latest 2.2 kernel (2.2.19) or even a 2.4 kernel and upgrade the
> kernel?
> Do i need to download all the OS tools, like ipchains/iptables, updated
> versions of lilo, gcc etc...
> - Nathan.

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