linux at bytebot.net
Fri Feb 6 14:16:28 UTC 2004
On Fri, 2004-02-06 at 17:15, Castor, Carter J wrote:
> I'm having serious Fedora problems. I tried to install Lindows on a spare partition, but it ended up causing Fedora not to work. Eventually I had to reinstall a bare-bones Fedora on top of my old Fedora w/o reformatting to get it to work. I probably could have done a more efficent way, but it was the only way I could find at the time to install a new bootloader and get my partition table set up right again. It worked really well, except that now I don't have access to my wireless card, my sound card, or my USB ports. Since it's a kernel problem, I used up2date to grab 2.4.22-1.2149.nptl. This not only did not help me with sound or usb, but it didn't come with sources so that I could get NVIDIA working or my ndiswrapper that lets me use my wireless card.
I presume this is a laptop - what wireless card, what sound card, what
motherboard/usb interface? Be more verbose in reporting.
Did all of this work before? Or was it "broken" earlier?
Colin Charles, byte at aeon.com.my
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