when I install the printer I get the splix driver as recommended in
the ML-1610 drivers but when I try to install I get the message that
cannot be used with ML-1610.
Skype : antoniomontag
The sound in my FC6 installation was workings since I installed it in Oct 2006.
Now it suddenly stopped working and I'm not aware of changing anything.
I get no error messages from the audio applications like xmms or
mplayer when I try to play audio. They show the normal behaviour, I
just don't hear anything.
The soundcard is OK, when I boot Knoppix from DVD, sound is working
The mixer is not muted, system-config-soundcard won't help, the
modules are loaded.
Is there any configuration I can reset? Or should I just wait for FC7
and reinstall the whole stuff? I'm desperate...
Another post has just got me wondering, whether
the update to F7 is time for me to go to 64bit.
(The machine is an Athlon X2). I'm quite attached
to using mplayer and find Flash increasingly
useful, so what is people's experience of 64bit
at the moment?
Hrm.... Thunderbird is already starting to peeve me. It wants to reply
with the html stuff even after I told it to send text only to this
list-domain. Next, it's not filtering fedora-list(a)redhat.com into it's
This marriage is off to a rocky start and the Honeymoon hasn't even had
time to kick in. <g> Ric
I have a strange behaviour with my laptop (Ferrari 5000).
I installed the FC6. Nealy everything was correct but the sound.
The thing is i hear nothing, execpt when i put the heaphone,and when i put
the hearphone, i just hear the right side of the heaphone.
I tried to use the system-config-soundcard but same beahaviour.
The card is detected as Ati Technologies SB 450 HDA AUDIO.
I've been wrestling with anaconda this evening on my x86_64 machine. It
seems that anaconda (or some other piece of the installer) is
forcing /dev/mapper to be created even when I have no RAID devices
I have cleared the 'fake' raid stuff off of my disks from rescue
mode(dmraid -E), but with 2 disks installed the installer insists on
trying to configure /dev/mapper/mpath0.
I see each disk individually if I only have one SATA drive connected at
a time. Which seems odd as heck to me, but I can install FC6 and at
least send you folks this email this way.
Is there a 'nodmraid' option to the installer that I can pass to allow
me to see /dev/sda & /dev/sdb instead of the dmraid stuff? What's even
stranger is that there appears to be a way to disable dmraid from the
GUI screen when you choose to 'remove all partitions', but the option is
Any guidance would be appreciated.
Used to work in rhel4 u4. I'm on fedora now.
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Fedora Core release 6 (Zod)
2.6.18-1.2798.fc6 #1 SMP Mon Oct 16 14:37:32 EDT 2006 i686 athlon i386
Name : rdesktop Relocations: (not relocatable)
Version : 1.4.1 Vendor: Red Hat, Inc.
Release : 4 Build Date: Thu 31 Aug 2006
10:26:15 AM PDT
Install Date: Tue 27 Feb 2007 01:57:24 PM PST Build Host:
btw, how do I get yum updates?
I'm not sure when this began, but I just discovered that all my usb
storage devices are mounted in a way that root appears to be the owner
of all the files. Now I can't write anything to my flash drive, unless
I open the root console. I'm sure It wasn't like this before, and I
suspect it happened after one of the updates. Is there a way to fix this
this is FC6 here.
/The nice thing about standards is that there are so many to choose from./