I've tried the new GDM early login feature, it's really nice to get a
better desktop experience at little cost IMHO. One problem, though : After
just enabling the services included with gdm ("chkconfig --add" run for
the 3 included : gdm-allow-login, gdm-early-login and zzz-bootup-
complete), it wouldn't work until much further on as the X server couldn't
start because of xfs not running. Could this be because I added early-
login to my kernel command line but removed rhgb? If so, should this be
considered a bug, or are all users who use gdm supposed to also be running
Last question : Will this early-login be considered to become the default
Clean custom Red Hat Linux rpm packages : http://freshrpms.net/
Fedora Core release 3 (Heidelberg) - Linux kernel 2.6.11-1.14_FC3
Load : 0.12 0.24 0.31
dmix is enabled only for cards which do not support hw mixing. If card
support hw mixing, dmix is not used.
>Yeah, I agree with your concerns. I always use non-onboard cards with
>mixing where I can. I don't want to be downgraded to software mixing
>cases. I do think they should find a way to disable it for cards that do
>On the flip side, I am very happy to see dmix come long to replace
>that is artsd and esd.
Vsetko o SuperStar
I'm running today's rawhide tree, and the "Shut Down" options are
missing from GDM's graphical greeter and from the "Desktop >> Log Out"
menu options...the "reboot" choice is there, but there is no way to
With release 1240 I was able to follow pretty closely the QuickStart guide
and get a domU running. Now with release 1268 I follow the same procedure
and get dom0 up, but 'xm create -c base' immediately crashes with the message
unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address 8b04ec93
Any ideas what may be wrong? Has anybody else used Xen with release 1268?
Does anyone know if there is a way to change the options for an entry
that's added to /etc/fstab when an USB storage device is plugged in?
I wanted to change some options (exec, ...) for "vfat" devices but I
don't want to hardcode an entry into /etc/fstab.
I had already posted this question to fedora-list, but as I got no
answer I'm thinking that maybe it can't be done. So, I was wondering if
there are any plans to allow this or nobody had thought about it?
After today's updates, this is working.
In fact, everything is looking good and working great...now if someone
could just patch the xscreensaver lock screen. The jagged fonts and
outdated flame bitmap look horrible!
On fc4t and amd64. I've installed sun jre, meeded for
azureus. Which works fine.
But, every time a yum update gets java-1.4.2-gcj-compat it
AFAICS, no files conflict. /usr/bin/java points to
/etc/altenatives/java which points to gij. The sun jre is
safely in /usr/java/jre1.5.0_02.
How do i keep java-1.4.2 from uninstalling the sun jre?