Using Bluetooth-Wizard , the wizard detects the bluetooth mouse, but in
the wizards Device Setup section it says, that
"Pairing with (Null) failed"
Can't get bluetooth working.
hciconfig : detects bluetooth dongle
hcitool scan : detects bluetooth Mouse
I get a traceback using the beta for x86_64.
The mainboard is an intel dp35dp.
Under f9 x86 (installed onto a partition of the same pc) the driver is e1000e
lspci -v gives:
00:19.0 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation 82566DC-2 Gigabit
Network Connection (rev 02)
Is it supposed I'm able to install anyway but without network, due to
the blacklisted module or not?
Does it make sense to send traceback (that is related to Networkmanager
as i can see...) or not, due to the resolution of the problem after beta?
My attempt setup is this:
install by dvd tryng to install onto an existing partition (another ext3, not
the f9 one) without formatting.
I take all the defaults (apart from partition scheme) without
customization of packages, but when I select "Next"
in the packages page I get the traceback.
As I have the downloaded beta I would prefer to install with that and
then update at current...
But if there is any simple way to start from those already downloaded packeges
and rebuild an updated dvd after the e1000e fix I can do this and test.
Hello all. As you begin to receive your XOs, one of the key things you'll
need to do will be to get Developer Keys for the XO. The XO is set up so
that it won't boot a new image unless there's a developer key installed.
In order to do that, Ed asks folks to upgrade the onboard OS on the
XO, which is pretty simple. Instructions:
---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2008 15:01:49 -0400
From: Ed McNierney <ed(a)laptop.org>
To: Greg DeKoenigsberg <gdk(a)redhat.com>
Subject: Quick DevKey Reminder
While I'm trying to light a fire under folks here to accelerate devkey
delivery, please encourage EVERYONE to (a) upgrade to the (signed) 8.2-767
release and (b) request a devkey ASAP. That way they're in the works even if
things take a while here.
The upgrade request is simply to make the devkey process easier, so they can
find the request page easily and copy and paste the result. It's not
otherwise important for Fedora testing, but a good thing anyway.
I tried to install F10Alpha on a PC connected via DVI to a HD tv
(1360x768). Textmode installations works fine, but Anacondas fonts are
unreadable small (2 pixels in height). This applies to all text: menus,
titles, buttons, ... The layout itself is ok.
The systems uses a Nvidia 6600 graphics card. Known bug ? Should I file a
new bug ? Which logs do I need to attach ?
I'm wanting to test the openjdk updates that have happened since fc9, so
I was going to try a net install of fc10 beta, but it appears all the
mirror links are broken at:
I found a mirror, but thought I'd point out all the links don't work. =)
The OpenNMS Group
Hi how to install Sun JAVA JDK 6 in fedora? When i trying to install i get this error:
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./jdk-6u5-linux-i586-rpm.bin: line 99: 757 Aborted "$javaprefix/bin/java" com.sun.servicetag.Installer -source "$source" "$register_option" > /dev/null 2>&1
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