> Dear kdb,
> 1. I did "gzip -cd" on the file kdb-v0_5-2_2_3.gz and got a response that file
> is "not in gzip format." What unzip utility should be used?
I suspect that either:
1) Your download was corrupted, or if you used ftp
2) you forget to specify binary.
> 2. Can the kdb be used with Red Hat Kernel 2.0.36?
No, it has never been backported to 2.0 series kernels.
> Ted Victor
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