john wendel wrote:
If you run kvm I suspect you have to update. I've been running an update on my
FC6 machine, and my FC9 kvm server is running what came in the kernel.
Martín Marqués wrote:
Will there be soon a 2.6.27 kernel for Fedora 9, or do we have to wait
for Fedora 10 to come out?
If not, what's needed to get the src.rpm from 2.6.27 from F10 compiled
and installed. I tried compiling it, which went OK, but when I tried
to installed the newly compiled kernel rpm I get dependency problems
(mkinitrd, plymouth, etc.). Any ideas on how to do this properly.
BTW, does the 2.6.27 kernel need a newer version of udev?
I've got the kernel.org version of 2.6.27 running on FC6 and F8 boxes.
No problems. No new udev.
Bill Davidsen <[email protected]>
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the machinations of the wicked." - from Slashdot
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