Ok nice to be right back in the EXACT same position I was in several
years ago regarding this motherboard and installing FC. I think it was
FC3 that this first became an issue, but I was able to work around it
and install FC. So now, I tried to install FC6/7 and I yet to find a way
to get it installed.
So now it has been a year or so without being able to run Fedora/CentOS.
Please help as I really don't want to use Ubunto and especially not Suse.
Anyone have an issue installing on the Asus board?
Trying to install causes a seg fault when dealing with the hard drives
either in BIOS setting compatibility mode or SATA mode. Anaconda shows
the hard drives as "/dev/mapper" or something like that, but as you
know, they should appear as /dev/sda and /dev/sdb. All I ever see is a
single "/dev/mapper" which suggests that Anaconda sees a raid array even
after I fdisk the drives. Of coarse this also rendered the system
unusable after the seg fault resulted in a reboot.
I've bought a drive with usb and network connection. I used the usb to
quickly transfer a large quantity of data, but intended putting it onto the
network after that. The blurb on the box said it would just pick an ip by
dhcp. However, it seems to me that I need to know something about it in
order to mount it, and I've got a total blank on where to go next. Nothing
appears in /var/log/messages.
I've told the router to reserve an address for it and made an entry
in /etc/hosts. Since I can't see any sign of it being recognised I haven't a
clue how to mount it. Any ideas?
Just upgraded from 2.6.21-1.3228.fc7, and now seeing problems with NFS. I originally believed the problem was with the automounter, but it looks like it might be NFS instead. Rebooting with the old kernel solves the problem.
In this example, I'll create a new mountpoint, and try to mount my home directory. The directory is being served from a SUN Cluster 2.1 server.
# rm -rf /h
# mkdir -p /h/jminer
# mount superfly:/superfly/vol02/home/jminer /h/jminer
mount.nfs: /h/jminer is already mounted or busy
# echo $?
Now, if I try to mount the directory from the physical node, the mount suceeds.
# mount fly_a:/superfly/vol02/home/jminer /h/jminer
# echo $?
I saw similar problems with an earlier FC release, but it was related to either the autofs or nfs-utils package.
I just did a yum update on my son's computer. Now the cups daemon
won't start. Running /sbin/service cups start results in:
Unable to read configuration file '/etc/cups/cupsd.conf' - exiting!
I checked the permissions and they are root, lp 644.
If I run the same code as in the /etc/init.d/cups script, it starts
and works fine:
echo -n $"Starting $prog: "
[ $RETVAL = 0 ] && touch /var/lock/subsys/cups
Using su, I tested and user lp can read the cupsd.conf file.
It has been stated that you can format CD-RW using cdrecord or k3b.
I can't find that option in either program. k3b can format DVD-RW and
DVD+RW but not CDs as far as I can see.
Could someone explain how to do it
If you're crossing the nation in a covered wagon, it's better to have
four strong oxen than 100 chickens. Chickens are OK but we can't make
them work together yet. -- Ross Bott, Pyramid U.S., on multiprocessors
at AUUGM '89.
Aaron Konstam telephone: (210) 656-0355 e-mail: akonstam(a)sbcglobal.net
How do I mount an old dos floppy without making additions to fstab?
I assume there is a proper way to do this since an icon comes up on the
desktop when I plug the disk in to the drive but it can't deal with the
file system apparently and refuses to mount. I don't know the magic
incantation for the command line.
I have a few disks I need to extract text [.doc] files from.
My Fedora 7 system is running well, except for the nasty habit of
freezing two or three times per day when I am working. First: all
windows stop responding to the mouse and key board, then soon after, the
mouse freezes as well.
The only option available then is to press the reset button to reboot
There doesn't appear to be any specific application that causes the
freeze. It typically happens when I have a largish number of
applications open at once (say: Firefox, Eclipse, Thunderbird, Pidgin,
Terminal, Putty), but I could be working in any one of the applications.
This problem has been happening since I installed F7 soon after the
official release. So I have seen this behavior with at least three
kernels (including the last release a few days ago).
My system spec:
- CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo e6600
- Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-965P-DQ6
- Video card: Asus EN7900GS
- kernel.x86_64 2.6.21-1.3228
All currently available F7 updates installed.
Are there any known issues that may be causing this? If not, should I
be reporting it as a bug?
One of my servers has a public interface. It is hit by ssh login
attempts on a daily basis and the count for that goes into the thousands
per week. The usernames that have been tried are root, admin,
For the last could of weeks I have been getting a lot of login attempts
for a user called "NOUSER". There were over 12000 during the week ending
5th August. The sources of the attempts are geographically
distributed, Norway, US, Korea, Taiwan, India, etc. But the username is
always the same, "NOUSER". I am guessing this is some kind of worm.
Aug 6 17:57:57 <HOSTNAME> pam_tally: pam_tally: pam_get_uid; no
such user NOUSER
Has anybody else seen such activity or has more information about it?
Anything I should worry about?
If it matters, the box runs an up-to-date FC6.
विवेक ज. पाटणकर (Vivek J. Patankar)
Registered Linux User #374218
Fedora release 7 (Moonshine)
Linux 22.214.171.124-33.fc7 x86_64
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Here is what worked for years: The Grub was on disk hd0 and Linux
was on hd0,0 thru 6 and hd1,0 thru 7. The BIOS could find all the Linux
/boot/grub/ without fail.
Now I have just one hard drive all set in the BIOS setup and I went
up in the F7 Rescue cd and told grub the following:
Grub> root (hd0,5)
Grub> setup (hd0)
This worked according to the written info from grub. But It would not
work. I would get a bios error.
So I installed FC6 basic in the (hd0,0) partition and it worked
fine. Then I added the directions to this F7 and of course Grub found
it. Here I am again on the old computer.
Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI