kernel and kudzu mismatch (kernel update was not distributed
guess.who at freesurf.fr
Wed Mar 15 06:21:59 UTC 2006
Hi back Leslie :)
Well in fact i use yumex, which is the graphical tool for yum.
I cant believe yumex makes any diffrent from yum, but it seems to :-/
> Does it also allow a complete power off of the system after a
shutdown command is issued?
Yes indeed : it complete shuts down !
I have just tred to install kernel-xen0 using yum,
#yum install kernel-xen0
and i found it immediatly ! -----> see attanchement please :)
[ok : i didn't installed it, 'cause it will take a loooong time since i
am on pretty old usb box :)]
Hope it'll help you !
Leslie Satenstein wrote:
> Hi Larry
> How is it that via pup you were able to get an updated hypervisor (2009.4.2_Fc5, and I have only the version indicated?
> I would like to test the one you use, but have not found how to fetch it, or from where.
> Does it also allow a complete power off of the system after a shutdown command is issued?
> Message: 4
> Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 06:32:04 +0100
> From: Larry tb <guess.who at freesurf.fr <Compose?To=guess.who at freesurf.fr&YY=91764&order=down&sort=date&pos=1&view=a&head=b>>
> Subject: Re: KUDZU LOCKUP
> To: For testers of Fedora Core development releases
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> Actually running kudzu-126.96.36.199-1, and 2.6.15-1.2009.4.2_FC5hypervisor
> Have no problem left with kudzu !
> Bretagne, France March the 14th, 2006 - 6.31 am :)
> Leslie Satenstein wrote:
>> Is there a chance that Kudzu will have a patch to allow it to work
>> the standard fc5 test3 hypervisor before the files go to generate the
>> My system locks up solidly during boot unless I bypass kudzu during
>> boot prompt. In a way, this does not bother me, because I do not
>> anticipate a hardware change for a while. I do intent to do a fresh
>> format install of Core5, and I would want very much that the ISO
>> of kudzu work.
>> As a reminder*>
>> from rpm -qa
>> from uname -r
>> The only kernel installed since the test3 iso disks. As of 10pm
> Canada Eastern Standard time !
>> (same as
>> New York City), pup tells me that there are zero outstanding patches
> are left to install.
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