rsync usually will speed up the upgrading of iso files from one to another.
Since the test iso does'nt change their name here is a small script to help
rsync -av --progress --partial --stats
the rsync line here is smart wrapped and should be on one line in your command
or bash script file.
here is my output of this command which is saved as the file "iso"
SunSITE.MFF.CUni.CZ 2TB archive
receiving file list ...
4 files to consider
647069696 100% 628.29kB/s 0:16:45 (1, 25.0% of 4)
668514304 100% 1.25MB/s 0:08:31 (2, 50.0% of 4)
667525120 100% 1016.03kB/s 0:10:41 (3, 75.0% of 4)
398049280 100% 884.90kB/s 0:07:19 (4, 100.0% of 4)
Number of files: 4
Number of files transferred: 4
Total file size: 2381158400 bytes
Total transferred file size: 2381158400 bytes
Literal data: 371155464 bytes
Matched data: 2010002936 bytes
File list size: 101
Total bytes sent: 583981
Total bytes received: 371529134
sent 583981 bytes received 371529134 bytes 136130.64 bytes/sec
total size is 2381158400 speedup is 6.40
After updating today, I keep getting a popup that egg-cups has crashed
It seems to be when I stick a CD in with a windows autorun. I'll have to
dig more. Anyone else seeing this?
Coastal Enterprises, Inc.
- A computer is a device used to convert data into error messages.
can I upgrade from Fedora Core 3 Test 3 to Fedora Core 3 Final _without_
_problems_ in future with Yum?
I can't wait for FC3 final release and FC2 kernel has some problems with
my ASUS board.
I think I've found a hole!
I logged into this box from work yesterday via ssh, compiled Mono and
some other bits then decided to try if I could run a C# app from this
machine and view it at work.
I don't have X forwarding enabled and can see this by trying to run
Firefox on this machine when logged into my sons box - firefox fails to
The C# application ran and I could use it at work.
I'm using the 643 kernel with everything updated. I'm not sure if this
is a mono thing or X forwarding being broken. I'm using selinux
This could be a serious problem and I want to be sure before putting it
into bugzilla as a blocker.
"Trust me, I know what I'm doing" - Det. Sledgehammer
Greetings once again...
Before I subscribed to this list, I sent a message which is currently
being held by the moderators (no problem). Here is my porblem....
I have a dual boot laptop, Windows XP on the first partition (/dev/hda1)
and FC3-RC1 (updated via yum on 10/28 to kernel 2.6.9-1.643). /dev/hda1
is formatted NTFS. Other versions of Linux including FC2 have allowed me
access to NTFS filesystems. But now I get
> [root@traveler john]# mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/C
> mount: fs type ntfs not supported by kernel
Which is not what I need. Unfortunately since there isn't a
kernel-source rpm available, I can't easily compile a ntfs module.
Being able to read the ntfs partition is critical, being able to write
to it isn't. Since the actual release of FC3 is near, are there any
plans to include ntfs support in the released version?
I've got an application semi randomly crashing in FC3T3.
A backtrace in gdb always shows the application crashing in the same
0x007f74dc in memcpy () from /lib/tls/libc.so.6
Are there any known issues in glibc ?
I'm running glibc-2.3.3-73, according to rpm -q.
It only happens under a heavy usage.
Kim Lux (Mr.) <lux(a)diesel-research.com>
I've entered two bugs and I'm trying to enter the 3rd. I'm using the
wizard. I get everything filled out and then press "Open Bugzilla Entry
Form". The resulting page comes up blank. The address on it is:
All my fields are completed with what appears to be valid data.
Did bugzilla quit or am I doing something wrong ?
I'm unable to burn CD 3 & 4 of RC3 (i386) so that is passes the media
check process. I used 6 diferent media and 2 different burners, all
without success. MD4sum is OK for the downloaded files. Does anyone else
have this prob or did I miss some previous posts?