This is after a clean install of FC2Test1:
vgdisplay -- ERROR: "/etc/lvmtab" doesn't exist; please run vgscan
[root@rpppc1 nbecker]# /sbin/vgscan
vgscan -- LVM driver/module not loaded?
I'm just trying to display properties of my lvms.
I'm probably blind as a bat but I don't see a way to edit a bookmark
in Konqueror. There is the `edit bookmarks' on the bookmarks menu
but once there I don't see a way to actually edit an individual
bookmark other than change its name or delete cut copy, but no way to
change its characteristics or properties.
Someone tell me I'm blind please but also provide the needed light :)
The latest updates for FC2-T1 (from development) for the coreutils and
util-linux packages have problems. These packages need to be installed
together. Because of the version-release of the util-linux package in the
base being 2.12pre-3 and the update being 2.12-4, both up2date and rpm
consider that the old package is newer.
To get around this, you need to manually download the updated
util-linux-2.12-4 package (and the coreutils-5.2.0-8 package if you do not
have it) and then use rpm -Uvh --force util... coreutils...
I've seen some posts about problems with scanning under test1, and I
think I understand what's going on. In the startup scripts in
/etc/rc.d, hpoj is being started after CUPS. From the hpoj
documentation, it appears to me the opposite order is required. This is
so the hpoj printer port is available when CUPS starts.
On my system I have simply renamed all the S55cups files to S60cups and
things seem to work OK. I have also done this on my FC1 system (which
is running the kernel.org 2.6.3 kernel) and printing, scanning and card
readers on my PSC2210 are working fine.
Fedora core Test1.
Apt-get upgrade , downdloaded a number of RPM packages from
and put them in the /var/cache/apt/archive and they are later versions
than installed .
Why can't I rpm -Uvh *.rpm those packages? Apt-get comes back with
"Unsigned /var/cache/apt/archive (for all the packages) what gives, Am I
of the understanding
that you just can't upgrade Fedora Test1 core?
# yum update
Gathering header information file(s) from server(s)
Server: Fedora Core 1.90 - Development Tree
Finding updated packages
Downloading needed headers
.Package gnome-applets needs libgtop-2.0.so.1, this is not available.
Package gnome-applets needs libgtop_common-2.0.so.1, this is not available.
Package gnome-applets needs libgtop_sysdeps-2.0.so.1, this is not
# rpm -qa |grep libgtop
If bugzilla'd this, but the latest kernel build won't run the current
NFSds due to a missing kernel symbol in the NFS modules.
I've had to drop back to the custom 2.6.3-1.110 that I've been using.
Gregory G. "Wolfe" Woodbury `-_-' Owner/Admin: wolves.durham.nc.us
ggw at wolves.durham.nc.us U RHCT August 2003
"The Line Eater is a boojum snark." Hug your wolf.
I'm netbooting into the Fedora (test 1.90) installer, and the installer
is having a hard time aquiring a lease from my DHCP server (ISC DHCP
version whatever's-current-in-redhat-9). I see the requests going out,
an the following errors in the syslog on the DHCP server:
Feb 27 19:54:38 flowers dhcpd: fallback_discard: Resource temporarily
- The PXE loader (pxelinux) is able to aquire a lease w/o a problem, and
- The second stage installer is also able to aquire a lease.
This system is using a 3Com 3C905C-TXM NIC.
I recall seeing a similar issue discussed in the archives, but I'm
unable to search the archives at the moment ("redhat.com is temporarily
unavailable. Please try back later."). Has anyone else run into this