Easiest fix for this:
as root: cp -f /usr/src/linux-2.2.9/System.map /boot
Then you won't get it anymore :>
On Thu, 3 Jun 1999, Douglas Elznic wrote:
> I recently installed redhat 6.0 on one of my boxes. I then upgraded my kernel
> (no rpm I hate rpming kernels) to 2.2.9. Everytime I run top ps or a bunch of
> other programs I get the following warning:
> Warning: /boot/System.map has an incorrect kernel version.
> I have never seen this before and I think I did everything like normal...
> Can anyone explain this to me? I started to think about it and I do not know
> what any of the files in /boot do...
> Thanks a lot...
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