When I rebooted after having upgraded to xorg-x11-drv-ati-6.7.196-5.fc8.i386
X wouldn't start. I tried using a fall back xorg.conf file that I used
when I first went to f8 as a work around, but that didn't come up in the
proper resolution so I ended up just reverting to
If you need more details I can get an Xorg.0.log file.
Jan 1 21:38:24 nass radvd: version 1.0 started
Jan 1 21:38:24 nass radvd: failed to set CurHopLimit (64) for eth0
Is this a bug ? Has anyone running radvd on F8 ?
[root@nass log]# cat /etc/radvd.conf
# NOTE: there is no such thing as a working "by-default" configuration
# At least the prefix needs to be specified. Please consult the
# man page and/or /usr/share/doc/radvd-*/radvd.conf.example for help.