kernel 2.6.9-rc2-mm2 vs glxgears
gene.heskett at verizon.net
Wed Sep 29 18:33:07 PDT 2004
On Wednesday 29 September 2004 20:25, Dave Airlie wrote:
>Compiling Xorg from source isn't always the best idea, I'd just use
>vendor supplied RPMS for Fedora (I'm nearly sure Mike did some for
Home built 6.8.1 worked just fine here Dave (except for the sluggish
glxgears which I now think is a kernel problem), till yum crashed the
party and installed all this last night:
which of course meant I was dead in the water the instant I tried to
reboot. Needless to say, the automatic yum is gone... Banished.
>The problem with xfs is that the FC2 init script is bascially
> broken, I've reported this as a bug, but it is vendor specific, the
> problem is the new security code for sockets is broken by the rm
>/tmp/.font-unix line in the /etc/init.d/xfs script..
Ok, how do I restore that? Or do I revert to amrecover? Wait, you
said /etc/init.d/xfs, and it doesn't exist now. Gone. Totally.
Installing 6.8.1 doesn't restore it, I've done that about 4 times
Humm, I have amanda running here, so I should be able to get that
This is an FC2 box, but it wasn't a bare metal install, its an upgrade
from RH8.0. What all do I need to suck back out of amanda's backup
cache?, I'm using virtual tapes so it shouldn't be too hard. I just
need a list of what to pull up again.
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