lør, 13.08.2005 kl. 19.36 skrev Dave Jones:
On Sat, Aug 13, 2005 at 05:15:31PM +0200, Kyrre Ness Sjobak wrote:
> During yum update i have a conflict "kernel conflicts with iptables <
> 1.3.2-1", preventing me from updating the kernel. Has anybody else seen
The latest iptables in rawhide is 1.3.2-1, I don't see the problem?
If you're trying to use this kernel on an older release, you'll need
to pull in a bunch of userspace updates too. Ok, The iptables dependancy
isn't that big a deal, but things like mkinitrd, initscripts, possibly
pcmciautils, udev and a bunch of other things will need changes.
I just found the bug - there where multiple instances of iptables,
> I would very much like to test a new kernel, since the last one
> install have no working ACPI suspend (older ones do), in order to test
> if it was only a build mistake etc.
You mean suspend to ram? I've not heard of that breaking recently.
There migth be a bug then. I shall install the new kernel and test asap.