Well, it won't be kernel version as such, but more to do with the
Redhat kernel build itself, going by your description. (I say that
because crossover has given me no trouble with kernels 2.6.2x thru
to 2.6.30...but these are pristine kernel builds, not redhat patched
kernel builds). There's not really much anyone here can do about that.
perhaps your best bet is asking about this on the Redhat forums wrt
their 2.6.18-164 kernel build?
hey there, i can relate to what is happenig here, when i swaped my kernal from a 64-bit to a 32-bit for compatability. i found all my files were still there but none of the programs were installed.
you should be able to run the same installer as you first had to get the programs to work again, without the threat of deleting your old games.
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