Karanbir Singh wrote: > > its basically going to be a DriverDisk image on .iso and .img ( if it > fits a floppy ), which contains drivers ( either updates to existing > ones, or new drivers not included or disabled in the kernel ) that > people can use install time. > > Might also need a yumplugin to migrate and move these drivers to a new > kernel everytime a new kernel is installed on the machine. But apart > from that i dont really see any rpm's being created / required. > > - KB > -- Oups, it seems this one missed me in my mails list .... :o) I find this a very good idea ! A lot of people ask (for example on the forum) how to install on top of nvidia chipset (sata_nv for the sata and forcedeth for the nic) with a newer module (that can handle their newer chipset) that the one provided in centos default kernel ... pointing them to http://www.nvidia.com/object/linux_nforce_1.21.html is one thing, but having a wiki page explaining that and the yumplugin in case of new kernel install is a better thing ..