I have tomcat, apache and mod_jk2 running on the fedora core development
branch. All the examples run correctly, so I believe that everything is
installed and configured correctly.
I have downloaded and installed davenport from
<http://davenport.sourceforge.net/>. However, tomcat is unable to
correctly expand the davenport.war file. When I look at the log, I see
the error message:
HostConfig[localhost] Exception while expanding web application archive
I get an unknown user error that pops up when I attempt to close down or log
out from my main menu. After I click the error, It then drops me to my
login display where I then have to click shutdown again. I was thinking
this was a common error for FC2T2 but I havent been successful in finding
anything on the net.
I'm trying to install FC2 Test 1 on a Digital PC 5400 (an old Pentium
Pro box). Curiously, Knoppix boots on it fine, but it has failed to boot
up FC1, Mandrake 9.2, and now FC2 from CD, saying
isolinux: Found something at drive=9F
isolinux: Looks like it might be right, continuing...
isolinux: image checksum error, sorry...
Boot failed: press a key to retry...
No problem, I say; I'll make a bootable floppy. I double check the
README files, and then head to the images directory...but there are no
.img files to be found there.
What should I do?
I actually don't intend to use RAID with Linux. It's just that I am dual
booting, and it sucks to have to unplug the RAID drives in order to boot to
If there was some way of just getting the install to ignore this kind of
onboard RAID, we'd all be better off.
Otherwise I'm going to have to change distros and build my own kernel.
>WinRAID on these boards are NOT SUPPORTED by opensource drivers.
>WinRAID is a joke, and should only be used if you're using Windows on
>the system. Please do not report failures of Fedora Core and your
>WinRAID onboard solution. SATA is supported in a CONTROLLER ONLY mode,
>not WinRAID. Hardware RAID cards such as 3ware and LSI are supported
>in RAID mode via opensource drivers, but you will not find these
>onboard your motherboard.
>Jesse Keating RHCE (geek.j2solutions.net)
>Fedora Legacy Team (www.fedoralegacy.org)
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Are themes broken in Test 3? I can use the pre-installed themes, but I
can't seem to install any new ones; the list of themes doesn't get updated.
Hugh Caley | Unix Systems Administrator | CIS
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I'd like to know if ESD has been changed to only support alsa. I run
the 2.6 kernel, however, the ALSA drivers are very very flaky with my
i810 audio chipset and thus use OSS. Now, ESD does not work with OSS.
I have reverted to the Core 1 esd rpms for now. Have these drivers been
changed to only support alsa or what? When I run esd it says that no
alsa devices are present, so i assume its using alsa.
Yum did not recognize switchdesk-4.0.2-1 as being a valid update for
switchdesk-3.9.8-18 on a Rawhide system updated to the test3 Rawhide
freeze. The newer version was ignored, requiring a rpm -e --nodeps step
followed by yum install switchdesk switchdesk-gui. I am not certain how
long this update has been ignored (3.9.8-18 is an FC1 package)...
probably as long as there has been a newer version of switchdesk.
When switchdesk, switchdesk-gnome, and switchdesk-kde are reinstalled on
my system, I can update these packages with rpm -U with no problems, so
the packages correctly remove the older version.
Yum did download the correct headers for the new version, several times
(I did clean the whole cache and try again from 2 synced mirrors).
This is a possible update path problem if anaconda is not used (yes, I
know that anaconda is the only supported means -- this is generally
useful information dissemination).
Andrew Farris, CPE senior (California Polytechnic State University, SLO)
fedora(a)andrewfarris.com :: lmorgul on irc.freenode.net
"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men
to do nothing." (Edmond Burke)
On 04.29 21:11, Matthew Miller wrote:
> The question is: how can I change the window manager Gnome uses to something
> a little more _flexible? I've got Window Maker installed, but then I
> discovered that the new GNOME apparently has no visible option for changing
> window manager. (Of course! It's better that way! Why would you want to
> change it away from the perfect-for-all-humanity defaults?!?) So I did some
> googling, and discovered that there's a GConf setting for this. So I use
> gconf-editor and change it. Log out, log back in again, and hey, lookit
> that, no effect at all.
gnome-session-properties is included but (inexplicably IMHO, Bugzilla notified) not shown in the menu.
%killall metaticy; new-wm &
and save the ssession.
As part of my kickstart %post script I run some commands as a normal
user by using su. The shell environment in the %post script does not
seem to have the permissions that I need to do this. I've tried
'setenforce 0', but that doesn't work. I tried to change the role too,
but that didn't work.
Does anyone have any ideas on how to get around this?
I know this is going to seem like a dumb question to many, but how can I
install GPG Keys for up2date, so I won't get GPG key prompts for each package,
every time I update a batch?
I'm a newbie to this GPG key thing - I haven't encountered when updating with
other distros. Googling hasn't turned up any consistent info re: Fedora yet.