Is there someone here can help me in compiling and patching iproute2?
I got an error:
utils.c: In function `inet_addr_match':
utils.c:324: warning: implicit declaration of function 'hton1'
make: *** [utils..o] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/root/installer/iproute2/lib'
make: *** [all] Error 2
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I've recently upgraded to an ACPI-capable laptop, and it works great with
FC3 for the most part.
One feature I miss from APM is the ability to have the laptop
automatically suspend itself when the battery power gets too low.
I use KDE and know that the klaptop feature supports automatically
suspending, but I'd like the laptop to sleep even if KDE happens not to be
running (e.g. while it's sitting at the login screen). Also, klaptop's
idea of suspend is to twiddle /sys/power/state directly, which bypasses
the necessary unloading of modules that my own suspend script does.
Is there a simple daemon that monitors the battery power level via ACPI,
and can launch a script when it reaches a certain threshold?
Sorry for repeating myself.
I have experienced some problems with the fat filesystem module (see another
thread "Segmentation Fault when accessing partition") from kernel.org 2.6.10
sources. Therefore I have been trying to compile the kernel-2.6.10-1.766_FC3
However I receive errors like
fs/freevxfs/vxfs_kcompat.h:6:25: operator '<' has no left operand
unselecting the filesystem results in similar errors for jffs2 and apm
gcc version 3.4.2 20041017 (Red Hat 3.4.2-6.fc3)
Using the same compiler on the kernel.org sources results in no compilation
Is it a bug or is there something I can do?
Hi again everybody.
I have a nVidia TNT 2 Model 64 with 32 meg video ram.
I downloaded the nVidia driver for it, and tried to install it
on my FC3 installation. all went well except that I had to add
the nvidia dev entries in udev's /etc/udev/devices.
Then when I rebooted into runlevel 5 with X the graphics came
and nVidias nice logo, but nothing happened from there. when I
moved the mouse it was like mouse trails were on, and they did
Can someone advise me on what to do?
btw thnx to the people who have helped me with my previous
problems so quickly.
Last night I have sent an email to this list but no one seems
noticed. I installed FC3 on a AMC Sempron 2400+, Ecs KT600-A box with
an WD 80 GB drive, using the DVD iso file, the install run without
any problem and got to the complete successful screen, but won't boot
up, got error disk boot falure. Maybe you mean more than ready is not
for all plat form? This is a brand new box, but Fedora won't even
Apprecaite any help I may get,
>---- Original Message ----
>Subject: Re: FC 3 -- Ready for Production Deploymnet??
>Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 11:44:36 -0500
>>Production deployment doing what? Maybe you can tell us a little
>>more information for what your plans are. For example, I might run
>>RHEL for a super-high traffic web server, hosting an ecommerce site
>>with secure SSL transactions, etc. I might use Fedora for a local
>>print server and/or file server. In my opinion there are lots of
>>like this, that are still in a production environment, and for these
>>uses I think Fedora is more than ready.
>>On Mon, 28 Feb 2005 11:38:17 -0500, Tim Holmes
>>> Good Morning Folks:
>>> I have just finished loading my first FC3 box, and the updates are
>>> running right now. I will be testing this box for a period of
>>> what I am wondering is if FC3 is ready for production deployment
>>> point, or if I should wait for a further period of development.
>>> mostly a windows shop, and my normal time table is to not deploy
>>> operating system until it has gone through the first service pack
>>> update, but there are exceptions to this rule. I am newer to
>>> Fedora and I don't have a good time table established for
>>> have 2 webservers (apache) a database server (MySQL) and a file
>>> (samba) currently deployed, as well as a Nagios box, one running
>>> and one that will be shortly getting mailman
>>> Your insights and thoughts would be appreciated
>>> Tim Holmes
>>> IT Manager / Webmaster
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I was just looking for a consensus on this...
I have been working with Fedora Core 3 for the past month. My new years resolution was to learn Linux. So far, so good.
I created a dual-boot Fedora / Windows XP. I am now seriously considering going completely 100% Linux and dumping my Windows partition entirely.
The question is - can you live completely without Windows, or do you sooner or later have to resort to Windows again?
On Mon, 28 Feb 2005, Jess Anderson wrote:
> It's mostly dark blue with some lighter electronic-type swirls in the
> lower right corner. It may or may not include the word "Fedora".
On my system (FC3), an image resembling the one you describe is
/usr/share/backgrounds/images/default.png, in the
Jess Anderson wrote:
> I want to build a Window Maker theme based on a certain
> full-screen background, but I don't remember where I saw the
> image (whether during installation or the post-install bootup
> of the gnome desktop (which I don't use) or what). It's mostly
> dark blue with some lighter electronic-type swirls in the lower
> right corner. It may or may not include the word "Fedora".
> Anyone know where that puppy hides?
Ian Pilcher i.pilcher(a)comcast.net