I recall a kernel before a udev update on F7 that stopped all the
USB plugin memory to stop working. Then the udev update arrived and all
worked again. Now I'm worried that a new kernel will cause my nVIDIA fix
to fail. Or a udev update.
On Sat, 2007-09-08 at 17:12 -0500, Les Mikesell wrote:
Should we take a poll on how many people want their machines to be
unbootable after an update?
I can't say that I've experienced that, and I've been using Linux for
quite a few years, now. I can say that I've seen some showstoppers when
some driver has been updated on Windows, and reverting that can be quite
In either system, I've done the odd update that's knobbled that
particular thing, but that's about all. e.g. An update to your email
client turns out to be a real downgrade.
This didn't cause the computer to not boot, but it does make you
Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI