I'm attempting to set up my laptop as an amanda client. If I stop
iptables, everything appears to work which tells me that my amanda
configuration is correct on both the client and the server. I've got
the usual ports open to my server for amanda (10080 and 10081 for both
tcp and udp, 10082 and 10083 for tcp only). Lots of Googling seems to
indicate the problem is with amanda using random, high udp ports in
addition to the known ports. I've tried loading ip_conntrack_amanda and
changing the timeout but I'm still getting a selfcheck tmeout. The
laptop is running the current FC4 64 bit kernel and amanda is also current.
I can always use the workaround of just stopping iptables when I'm on my
home network or allowing any udp connections from my server's address
but these both sound rather kludgey. Anyone have any suggestions? Is
ip_conntrack_amanda broken for 64 bit kernels? Are there some magical
parameters to ip_conntrack_amanda I need to know about?
I discovered that while a MSDOS/FAt32 filesystem can be mounted and
accessed as nature intended, the file names are modified. This does
not create a problem (they are correct when accessed from Windoze)
unless the files are restored from a backup created under FC. Does
anyone know of a workaround for this problem?
Hi i am very new to FC5
I am using kyum & yum to update my system,it hit over 36 dif urls
before it updated,but it seems to have
fixed its self for now.My ? is ,is it something on my end that is the
problem,media file does not match checksum
if so can i reinstall my system and fix the problem.
You asked about the log files,the only one i can find is on kyum and
it just tells me it did
ie [installed removed updated packages}it does not show that there is
a problem.I do not know where to find
the other logs to send to post. as i said i am very new to FC5.
Thanks for your response to this.David Timms
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Well, I burned DVD using
growisofs -speed=1 -dvd-compat -Z /dev/dvdwriter=FC-5-i386-DVD.iso command.
Verify DVD on Dell laptop and install FC5 on it.
Last night, I try to install FC5 on the same machine where
DVD was burned.
After I selected not to verify, FC 5 install hangs with a
read error, as I can see on Alt-F4.
Next time I try to verify DVD on my desktop machine and it fails right away.
How can I burn DVD so that I can read on same DVD drive ?
> Thanks guys. Greate, so many response. Got my first DVD
> burned and FC5 installed on my laptop.