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Re: fuse problem after update



On 1/5/07, Giandomenico De Tullio <ghisha email it> wrote:
Fernando Apesteguía ha scritto:
> On 1/5/07, Giandomenico De Tullio <ghisha email it> wrote:
>> Fernando Apesteguía ha scritto:
>> > On 1/5/07, Paulo Cavalcanti <promac gmail com> wrote:
>> >> > I read the solution to this in the ntfs-3g web site but I don't want
>> >> > to compile the module by myself (just I would like to keep all my
>> >> > system consistent with the RPM database if possible).
>> >>
>> >> > The point is that this worked fine, but the last update broke it.
>> >>
>> >> > Any help here?
>> >>
>> >> In fact, creating the module does work.
>> >> I built a kmdl rpm for me. You can try do the same (or a kmod if you
>> >> prefer),
>> >> if you do not want to install over the original kernel module.
>> >>
>> >
>> > Well the point is that after an update, some features of my system
>> > doesn't work (fuse in this case...). I think this is not good.
>>
>> # rmmod fuse    (remove old, in-kernel  fuse module)
>>
>> download fuse tarball, extract it, change into kernel/ subdir,
>>
>> # ./configure --enable-kernel
>> # make
>>
>> copy fuse.ko in /lib/modules/`uname -r`/updates/
>>
>> and from now you will use  updated kernel module.
>
> I did that but I still have the same problem...

ehm, and a

  # depmod -a

after copying in .../updates/, but  before to modprobe (new) fuse.ko ?

Oops, yes, I forgot, sorry sorry sorry ;)


> My kernel is 2.6.18-1.2869.fc6. How can I go to the previous state? I
> want to use the previous fuse version that worked fine.

"worked fine" ?

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=221420#c6

Well, it worked fine for me, I never experienced this bug

Thanks again guys




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