From last few days i stuck with error in installing CentOS 5.5 ISO using USB stick, I have customized ISO from cent os tree 5.5 and update.(customization with respect to the package removing like openoffice, X-window, Gnome ...)
I have an Intel Core2 Duo system that is currently running the 32-bit version of Fedora 12. I want to upgrade the system to Fedora 14.I downloaded the DVD installation ISO for Fedora 14, and I used unetbootin on an 8 Gigabytes USB flash drive to created a bootable disk from the installation ISO.
When I boot off the USB drive, the installation process will run. I get to a screen concerning the boot loader. I use GRUB to dual boot the system between a Fedora and Windows 7.What is needed to resolve this issue so the installer can proceed properly and perform the upgrade?
I did the latest patch/update to lucid this morning and it would appear that my Volume control has gone missing from the task bar. There doesn't seem to be a volume control in Applications > Sounds & Video either. I am sure this has to do with the patch upgrade that I installed as everything was working fine before. For that matter, I had no system sounds either and it took a power off reboot for that to come back. My Music program (atunes) is not working properly either and keeps locking up. How do I reverse this patch or get my system back to a functional state?
I just want to upgrade my Slackware 13.1 kernel (220.127.116.11) to the latest stable kernel from kernel.org (18.104.22.168). I have never done anything like this and I am a Linux newbie, so I would appreciate a "Kernel Patching for Dummies" version if possible. I did do a search on this forum and most of what I read was over my head. I found an FAQ on kernelnewbies.org on "How To Apply A Patch" but when I attempted what they suggested, it said it couldn't find the file to patch at line 5 and asked me which file to patch. So I CTRL-Z'd out of there and came here. Here's what I tried:
A site -- to -- site vpn need NAT-T . But I don't know whether the Centos_5.2 support that function default, or I have to patch it by myself.If I should patch it all by myself, How to do it ? VPN suite: OPENSWAN KERNEL version : 2.6.18-92.1.22.el5 i686
How to edit a ISO 9660 file? I have one which I created using livecd-creator. Now I want to edit some of the files in it and save the changes. I have searched the guides and solutions for something and perhaps I overlooked it but I did not find anything.
I have this project at work. We are a MS Windows shop, and I am "supposed" to be the linux expert, which means, linux support, it's me. I have worked with linux maintaining PCs at home with different versions of linux since 1995, jumping from Slackware to Ubuntu.
Now, I have two CentOS 5.6 boxes, and I need to control the patching process. the boxes are hosting an application which we don't manage. So. one box in production, one box in development. The idea is that the box in development wil use yum in a standard way and download whatever patches are needed, and the application is tested. When the testing is done (this can take minutes, hours, or days) then the production box gets patched. The problem is that I need to garantee that exactly the same patches are applied in development and in production.
the development box downloads the patches from the internet, but the production box gets it's patches from the development box, not the internet. I have played around with making local repos on the development box and samba, or rsync the /var/yum/cache, and to change the yum.repo.d CentOS-base.repo to force the prod to go to the dev box, without success.
I have a dvd that was made as a back up using ISO 9660 and windows reports that the disc isnt formatted and is empty but linux will report the it's an ISO and has 0mb free. access the files on this disc?
I am using MySQL 5.0.77 Version rpm on CentOS 5 Red Hat Linux. I want to install micro second slow query log patch on this MySQL S/W version.As I found the slow query micro second patch on percona site i.e. [URL]step by step to install above mentioned patch with rpm based MySQL installation? Do we need MySQL source files to apply patch ?
I'm trying to recompile racoon with libradius support however I'm having issues getting it to play nicely. It appears racoon uses the following implementation of tacacs+libradius [URL] however I'm having trouble compiling it:With a base configure and make I'm receiving the following:
I'm trying to recompile racoon with libradius support however I'm having issues getting it to play nicely. It appears racoon uses the following implementation of tacacs+libradius [URL] however I'm having trouble compiling it: With a base configure and make I'm receiving the following:
I'm trying to install a patch but when I copy it into terminal I get message " /home/john/patch-modules_v62-opensuse.sh 'vmware-7.1.3-2.6.37-rc5.patch' not found. copy it to the current '/home/john' directory. Exiting" But I have it in my home directory!
I just upgraded a F9 to F11 using the network install. After the successful install message, I rebooted to find the boot stuck on a grub prompt. After determining that somehow grub had not been installed properly, I used the rescue mode to re-install grub. When I then rebooted, I saw a blank (black) screen during the rhgb sequence, with just the multicolor progress bar moving from left to right. As the bar reached the right side, the standard F11 login screen appeared. The system is an old Omnibook 8000 laptop. Here is my grub.conf
Code: # grub.conf generated by anaconda Note that you do not have to rerun grub after making changes to this file # NOTICE: You have a /boot partition. This means that all kernel and initrd paths are relative to /boot/, eg. # root (hd0,0) # kernel /vmlinuz-version ro root=/dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00 # initrd /initrd-version.img #boot=/dev/sda default=0 timeout=5 splashimage=(hd0,0)/grub/splash.xpm.gz hiddenmenu title Fedora (22.214.171.124-64.fc11.i586) root (hd0,0) kernel /vmlinuz-126.96.36.199-64.fc11.i586 ro root=UUID=9b55f5fd-a5d3-4408-8db7-0c64b0f6a7fa rhgb quiet initrd /initrd-188.8.131.52-64.fc11.i586.img
my hardware configure is 1gb ram,partition of hdd is c:25gb,d:80gb,e:80gb,windows xp 32 bit ,p4 2.70ghz processorI have download fedora 13 two times from the Internet. First ----Fedora-13-i686-live in winrar (675mb) when I extract winrar Fedora-13-i686-liveAfter Then in the new folder of Fedora-13-i686-live (675mb) some new file & folder are display.This file and folder are- (EFI , isolinux , liveos) Folder & files are GPL.Second --- using the bit torrent--- I have download Fedora-13-i386-DVD winrar (3.05GB) & a file Fedora-13-i386-DVD-CHECKSUM In the winrar to be extract there is a new Fedora-13-i386-DVD(3.07GB) folder is display. In this folder some file & folder are display.
the folder are (EFI,IMAGES,ISOLINUX,PACKAGES,REPODATA) & files are(.discinfo 1kb,.treeinfo 2kb,gpl 18kb,media.repo 1kb,RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora 0kb,RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora-13-primary 2kb,RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora-13-SPARC 4kb,RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora-i386 0kb,RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora-sparc 0kb,RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora-sparc64 0kb ,RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora-x86_64 0kb,TRANS.TBL 4kb)So my simple question is to you that where is the .exe of the fedora-13 or the fedora-i386-dvd.ISO image file in both the Internet download files
Sometimes my mouse image on the screen stops showing. The mouse itself does still work and I can highlight an icon and click it. Just the image is missing and it makes it difficult to know where you are.
I am a developer, not a network admin - sorry if this ia dumb question. I need to test an application on CentOS 55 64 bit. The instalation went fine and initially I let DHCP work its magic. The router IP address ia 192.168.0.1 and all other VM's I have are granted dynamic ip address on this range (i.e. 192.168.0.x). However, the CentOS vm got an IP address that looks like it belongs on a different subnet :192.168.1.1
The VM (vmware desktop) network setting for this VM uses "Bridged: Connected directly to the physical network". I can ping the host (Windows 7 64 bit) and the host can ping it (it been the VM) - but no other computer on the network can see it. To make things easier, I changed the network configuration to use a static IP address. Here are my configuration files:
Many software available for patch managment like OCSinventry, cfengine,puppet,redhat satellite server for linux. I want to perform patch management for my Linux server (centOS, debian) My question is how to find out which patches available for Linux and which patches i need to apply. Is there any way to find out require patches?
I have been trying to install clisp on one of our systems and get the error: Missing Dependency: libsigsegv.so.0()(64bit) for package: clisphowever, I have checked and the library libsigsegv-2.7-1.el5.rf.x86_64 and its associated header file package are, in fact,installed.
I upgraded my system to Centos 5.2. But the system hung with 15 minutes to go on Disk 1. So I had to reboot. It completed the Upgrade without errors the second time.
But when I rebooted grub only shows the old images from Centos 4. I enter grub and ran the command "cat /boot/grub/grub.conf", whose existance I found out about reading section 39.6 of the user guide. But it returns an error "Error 15: File not found" Reluctant to proceed without understanding why this config file is not in existance. I assume I could use the command "grub>configfile/boot/grub/grub.conf" to create one from scratch, but that does not seem right. Suggested next steps?
Btw when I let Centos 4 boot is fails all over the place I assume because the system is now 5.2.
Just finished downloading the CentOS5.5 x86_64 DVD images (2 ISO's), and realize that I have almost run out of DVD-R's. First ISO is a perfect fit for the 4.7GB DVD, the second only is ~400MB. Wondering if there may be any issue if I burn the second one to a CD (which I have plenty). I guess it should be okay, but wanted to double-check.
I have 4 different servers with exactly the same hardware. I set up one of them to have a centos install with all the basic stuff I'd like running on each one. I then created an image of the harddrive with the operating system, and stored it on an external drive. I used dd to copy the external image to one of the new machines. It worked fine, everything booted up as normal and with a few tweaks everything was great. The problem is that the drive is rather large (500gb) and it takes days for dd to copy it over. I decided to try a different route, I booted to a usb (using the linux distro on the ultimate boot cd pre-loaded with gparted). There are two partitions on the external drive, a small (100mb) partition which can easily be copied over with gparted, and the larger 480+gb lvm partition.
Gparted doesn't support lvm, so I used fdisk to create a new lvm partition on the new machine, and then pvcreate/vgcreate/lvcreate to re-create the same volume groups/logical volumes that are in the image on the external harddrive. I rsync'ed all the information over from LogVol00, and made the same swap partition LogVol01 (which took WAY less time). I disconnected the hard drive and renamed the volume group to VolGroup00 (initiall I named it differently, since linux doesn't like having the volume groups named the same). I can mount the LogVol00 partition and see all the files as they should be. But when I try and boot up, it doesn't even go to grub, I just end up with a blank screen and blinking cursor. How to make the drive bootable? Alternatively, a better strategy than using dd to restore this image??