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Re: cpu frequency scaling unsupported all of a sudden

On 26Oct2006 14:18, Gordon Messmer <yinyang eburg com> wrote:
| timohirt gmx de wrote:
| >To solve the problem backup grub.conf and menu.lst.
| >rpm -e --nodeps kernel
| >yum install kernel.i686
| >Then copy the back grub.conf and menu.lst back to the /boot/grub directory.
| If you insist on using yum to replace your kernel, wouldn't this work 
| better:
| rpm -e --nodeps --noscripts  kernel
| yum install kernel.i686
| It'll save you the potential of screwing up your grub.conf, won't it?

Hmm. Won't the "rpm -e" leave you without a kernel, albeit briefly?
Personally I like to have one around, even if it's not ideal.

I thought you should be able to go "yum install kernel.i686", and then
tidy up unwanted kernels later?
Cameron Simpson <cs zip com au> DoD#743

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