Which packages might affect nash?
Bruno Wolff III
bruno at wolff.to
Mon Jun 11 04:29:29 UTC 2007
On Fri, Jun 08, 2007 at 11:08:16 -0500,
Bruno Wolff III <bruno at wolff.to> wrote:
> I have been have some problems with F7 installs where at first boot the
> root pivot fails possibly because some raid devices aren't seen.
> I have done something on the order of 10 installs to the machine from the DVD
> and the problem seems to be related to how complete of an install I do.
> If I install without doing customization (and just checking the 3 boxes)
> the machine successfully boots after the install (at least in the small
> sample of trials I have done). If I install everything then the root pivot
> fails and the kernel panics and the only data I have is what is on my
> screen at that point. I have tried leaving out the virtualization and language
> packages and still had the same issue.
> I'd like to try to narrow this down further, but the installs take a fair
> amount of time and I'd like to focus testing on packages that might actually
> have an effect while nash is running.
Well I decided to commit some more time to this, since I want to know what
the cause is before upgrading any more machines to Fedora 7. So far I have
narrowed the problem down to something in the "base" super category, but
not in the compatibility nor virtualization categories.
> What I am hoping to get from the list is suggested packages that might affect
> how nash runs, that wouldn't be in a minimal install.
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