Installed latest netdev 2.6.14-1.1644, and was wondering if there were
some grub editing
one could do to remove the major debugging enabled in it? My system
crawls using netdev.
However dropping back to my SysKonnect patched 2.6.14-1.1637_FC5
kernel screams unmercifully. :)
I just replaced with my laptop's OLD but working RHL73 with FC4.
Let me state a strong disappointment over acpid default config.
What "default config" ? Exactly, there is none (the sample config for
power button does not count).
I was stunned how FC could be making ACPI default while completely
ignoring adding any default configs for the users (e.g., starting from
something like http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/How_to_configure_acpid) ?
Looking at CVS, this problem doesn't seem to have been addressed in
FC5. I (or I'm sure a lot of other folks) could submit a patch for
starters if that'd be the problem.
Pekka Savola "You each name yourselves king, yet the
Netcore Oy kingdom bleeds."
Systems. Networks. Security. -- George R.R. Martin: A Clash of Kings
B/c of the rapidly evolving nature of the gcj and related java tools,
what if we moved them to extras so that work on those packages could be
both public and move faster?
It would be a big savings on the size of core and it seems like adding
those packages over there would be the most correct as the java packages
don't really have any necessary reason to be in core.
What do you think?
I have a MSI K8N Neo4 Platinum motherboard. It includes a Marvell
88E8053 ethernet controller. From what I see online it seems the right
driver is the sky2 driver. I see hints that it was in the netdev.2
package, but seems to be missing from the netdev.3 package. Has it been
removed from netdev? Is it too unstable? Will it be coming back? Is
there an alternative?
I would try using the netdev.2 packages, but the rpms are no longer
I have also tried skge, sk98lin, and skfp. They seem to do nothing.
I bought the Platinum over the F model so that I would have dual onboard
network cards like my previous MSI K8N Neo2 Platinum motherboard.
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Did my first FC5T1 install and I see that the text mode windows are
lousy again. Is this expected at this point?
- - Orion
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Just wondering, I assume that FF 1.5 RPMs will be making their way into
rawhide in the next couple of days.
What are the chances of building their SRPMs on FC4? (x86-64 to be
Should I just give up and build the vanilla source package?