Did I miss something along the way of running rawhide that it seems
that for example firefox.i386 and helixplayer aren't able to install?
That was closed, but I don't seem to be able to yum install firefox.i386
Not sure if that is supposed to be 0
This is also a little confusing, why are there some mozilla packages
show up for i386, but not the main mozilla package
yum list | grep mozilla
mozilla.x86_64 37:1.7.8-2 installed
mozilla-devel.x86_64 37:1.7.8-2 installed
mozilla-nspr.i386 37:1.7.8-2 installed
mozilla-nspr.x86_64 37:1.7.8-2 installed
mozilla-nspr-devel.x86_64 37:1.7.8-2 installed
mozilla-nss.x86_64 37:1.7.8-2 installed
mozilla-nss.i386 37:1.7.8-2 installed
mozilla-nss-devel.x86_64 37:1.7.8-2 installed
mozilla-chat.x86_64 37:1.7.8-2 development
mozilla-debuginfo.x86_64 37:1.7.8-2 development
mozilla-dom-inspector.x86_64 37:1.7.8-2 development
mozilla-js-debugger.x86_64 37:1.7.8-2 development
mozilla-mail.x86_64 37:1.7.8-2 development
mozilla-opensc-signer.x86_64 0.9.6-2 extras-developme
firefox.x86_64 1.0.4-5 installed
firefox-debuginfo.x86_64 1.0.4-5 development
I'm still trying to get my main box at work to boot and have tried just
about everything (it gives an error when mounting the lvm groups
saying /etc/lvm/backup/fstab: invalid option and then kernel panic
I think I know what the problem is now, but have no idea how to fix it.
I have no bootloader. I've tried to install a fresh one from the distro
discs, but it comes up saying I have no kernels installed (which is
garbage - I know 12-1.1395_FC5 is on there as well as 11-1.1369_FC4).
How do I fix this problem or is it a case of reinstalling completely?
"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful - and so are we,"
"They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our
people - and neither do we." - George W. Bush, Aug 2004