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    vois22 NNTP User

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    I installed OpenSuse 11.0 quite a while ago on my laptop. There have been many updates. What is the quickest way to tell what kernel I have at this time?

    I need to know it before getting some bcm43xx wireless drivers and cutters. Thanks!!!

    Found the answer with
    uname -a

    sorry

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    In a console type uname -a

    Geoff

    Quote Originally Posted by vois22 View Post
    I installed OpenSuse 11.0 quite a while ago on my laptop. There have been many updates. What is the quickest way to tell what kernel I have at this time?

    I need to know it before getting some bcm43xx wireless drivers and cutters. Thanks!!!

    Found the answer with
    uname -a

    sorry
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