Fedora :: Rsync Only Download Kernel Update?

Nov 23, 2010

I use Fedora 14 32 bit at home and I d not have internet in home , so I download all packages are depend on Fedora 14 in my work place and move all of them to home by USB flashI use rsync for download all packages , in home I make local repo and install all packages I need by use local repo ,right now I want update my kernel , and I want use rsync foe download kernel update for fedora 14 .How I can do this , I want rsync only download update are depend on kernel and does not download other thing How I can do this ?

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Software :: Run Rsync To Download Files From A Server Without Rsync Daemon?

Sep 18, 2009

I just tried to sync files from one server to another. After the sync process, I found the files are bigger than original ones.

I looked up the web and found someone mentions the rsync daemon. So I have to run the daemon on one server before I run the rsync?

The command I used is rsync --partial --progress -r source destination

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General :: Download NVIDIA Driver From The Command Line After Kernel Update?

Nov 19, 2009

I compiled the 2.6.31.6 kernel and <insert drumroll> it boots!(my first kernel roll, I'm kind of shocked actually) That's the good news. The bad news is that my NVIDIA drivers are gone in the wind. That's not entirely true as I can still boot into the old kernel and startx. Is there a way to download the driver using the command line for reinstall?

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Fedora :: Chance To Be Able To Switch From A 32 Bit Kernel To 64 Bit Kernel During The Update?

Jul 18, 2010

From F12 to F13. Is there anything I should remove before updating? I have few programs isntalled from source/binary installers in /usr for example. Would it cause problems?

And is there any chance to be able to switch from a 32 bit kernel to 64 bit kernel during the update? The hardware is capable of this.

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Jan 22, 2010

I wanted to try VirtualBox so I did:
Code:
yum install vboxgtk

In the list of dependencies I found that it needs to download kernel. I was just curious to know that why can't it manage with the PAE kernel. It requires the kernel 2.6.31.12-174.2.3.fc12 whereas I've got its PAE version working right now. Can someone please explain why is it so?

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OpenSUSE :: Download With Rsync All Packages And Make Local Repo?

Nov 28, 2010

in home I do not have internet connection, but in work I have internet connection, in home I install Fedora 14 for my 6 years old daughter and she use it for play games like supertux and openarena and .So I want install opensuse for my daughter and I want test it. for fedora , I download all packages with rsync in work and move them to home by USN flash and then I make localrepo in home and install all packages , I need , I want do this for OpenSUSE , all of us know DVD , does not has all packages , I need , so I have to download all packages and make localrepo in home and install all packages , I need , Can I do this for OpenSuse or not ,I want download all packages need by OpenSuse by rsysc and make loacl repo, How I can do this for Opensuse ?

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Fedora Networking :: Cannot Update Nor Download Anything In F15 Because Cannot Get On Line

Aug 19, 2011

I am using Fedora 12 Live Disk to post this because Fedora 15 seems to be missing the Network Manager, which is what I need to set up my Dell 1525 laptop.I cannot update nor download anything in Fedora 15 because I cannot get on line.I can't find the Network Manager in F-15.I have the Intel PRO?Wireless 3945ABG internal Mini Card.

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Aug 2, 2010

Here at home I have several Ubuntu installations, mine, the kids computers and a couple of laptops. What I'm looking for is a solution or a pointer in the right direction to setup on our local Ubuntu server a sort of cache. Each day each Ubuntu on the network, checks for updates and downloads, and installs. What I'm looking for is a way for one machine to download the update and then the others to download from the local resource.

A sort of local cache to try and minimise everyone downloading straight from the net for pretty much the same updates. I did a emerge cache many years ago when I was using Gentoo, so I'm wondering what I can use/do here with Ubuntu as we are all loving this distro now.

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Fedora Installation :: Automatically Download And Install A PAE Enabled Kernel When Detects More Than 4GB Of RAM

Jan 5, 2011

I have 6GB of RAM and I'm planning to install Fedora 14 32-bit to achieve a higher degree of compatibility. Does fedora automatically download and install a PAE enabled kernel when it detects more than 4GB of RAM (Just like Ubuntu)?

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Dec 20, 2010

I have done a new install of Fedora 14 but the RTL8191 wirless card is not being recognised. Realtek have provided the driver source but the make operation is failing because (I think) Fedora 14 isn't provided with the kernel source to enable it to complete successfully.

Basically (in easy to understand steps): how do I download correctly the Kernel source to enable the driver make operation to proceed?

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Fedora :: Yum Won't Update Kernel In F12

Aug 5, 2010

I am receiving a transaction error when I try to update to a newer kernel, the error is:
Test Transaction Errors: installing package kernel-debug-2.6.32.16-150.fc12.i686 needs 519KB on the /boot filesystem If I run disk usage I get:

# du -h /boot
217K/boot/efi/EFI/redhat
219K/boot/efi/EFI

[code]....

System monitor shows I have 56% free in /boot. So where can I get the extra free space or force yum to recognize there is enough in that directory?

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Fedora :: Yum Update All Except Kernel?

Nov 2, 2010

I'm using F13 and I would like to update my computer using yum update.

I did this a few weeks ago and yum update downloaded and installed

Quote:

kernel i686 2.6.34.7-61.fc13

After a reboot I got

Quote:

Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(0,0)

To get around this I did a ctrl + s and booted to an earlier kernel. Once in I deleted the latest kernel using

Quote:

rpm -q kernel

to list the available kernels and

Quote:

rpm -e kernel-version

to delete the latest kernel. Once deleted my computer starts up perfectly.

How do I run yum update without reinstalling the bad kernel?

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Fedora :: Can't Update To A New Kernel

Apr 30, 2011

I do not understand this problem. I am using kernel 2.6.35.10-74.fc14.i686.PAE and while that works fine I know new kernels makes things work better. As such, every time a kernel update comes along just like all other updates, I perform a yum update. But for some unknown reason, I am successfully updating everything except the kernel.

I have attempted updates with 2.6.35.11-83.fc14.i686.PAE, 88, and 12-90 and at the very beginning of the boot I always get the same panic error and boot freeze. The message is ALWAYS as foolow. The only part of the message that changes is the kernel numbers.

[I did my best at hand writing the error message.]

I hope this makes sense to someone.

MESSAGE:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/init" , line 157 , in <modules>
if _name_ == ' _main_ ' : main()

[Code]....

Does any of the above make any sense?? I cannot even figure how I am supposed to fix anything since the computer completely freezes at that point! I am, of course, able to hard reboot. The I switch back to the previous kernel and everything is fine but why does everything EXCEPT the kernel update?

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May 2, 2010

I started the upgrade to 10.4 from 9.10 through the update manager. It started the update to 10.4. After downloading almost 95% of the update, it gave an error message of "could not download certain components. downloaded files will not be erased" and stopped the update. I restarted the PC, and started the update manager again. But now it does not show any option of update to 10.4. how do I continue or resume the update process? I just started using ubuntu about 15 days back. So, I am relatively new to this.

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Fedora :: Cannot Update To Kernel 2.6.29.6-217.2.3.fc11 (x86-64)

Aug 5, 2009

I attempted to install the new kernel 2.6.29.6-217.2.3.fc11 (x86-64) A depsolv message appears:

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ERROR with rpm_check_debug vs depsolve:
kernel-uname-r = 2.6.27.19-170.2.35.fc10.x86_64 is needed by (installed) kmod-wl-2.6.27.19-170.2.35.fc10.x86_64-5.10.79.10-1.fc10.x86_64
kernel-uname-r = 2.6.27.21-170.2.56.fc10.x86_64 is needed by (installed) kmod-wl-2.6.27.21-170.2.56.fc10.x86_64-5.10.79.10-2.fc10.x86_64

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I upgraded from fc10; there was a residue of four fc10 2.27 kernels in /lib/modules from my fc10->fc11 upgrade; I moved them to a new subdirectory /usr/oldmodules, but the yum update command still produces the same failure message.

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Fedora :: Kernel Update Failure ?

Dec 13, 2009

even from a terminal it wouldn't update? Maybe because I put my bootsector as ro ?

I don't know here is the message:

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Fedora :: Keep More Than 3 Versions Of Kernel After Update?

Mar 11, 2010

When yum updates the kernel it keeps the last 3 versions; the older kernels are deleted. Is there a way to keep more than 3 versions?

I presently have one working version and two which are not compatible with my machine. One more bad version and my system will be toast. (I would like to keep the "bad" versions for testing.)

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Fedora :: Why Kernel Update Delay On F11

Mar 19, 2010

Last Saturday, I ran an update on my laptop using F12 and received a new kernel. As of this morning, the new kernel hasn't shown up on my desktop, using f 11. (Yes, I check every day.) Currently, my uptime is 34 days, so you can see how long it's been since the last kernel update for F11. Does anybody know why there'd be an update for one version and not for another? In case anybody's wondering:

[joe@khorlia ~]$ uname -r
2.6.30.10-105.2.23.fc11.i586

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Fedora :: Nvidea, X11 And Last Kernel Update

Jun 20, 2010

I'm using F13 64bit with the proprietary nvidea driver. From yesterday's software update, a new kernel was installed:

old kernel: vmlinuz-2.6.33.5-112.fc13.x86_64
old initramfs: initramfs-2.6.33.5-112.fc13.x86_64.img
new kernel: vmlinuz-2.6.33.5-124.fc13.x86_64
new initramfs: initramfs-2.6.33.5-124.fc13.x86_64.img

I load grub from another distro partition. After the update, I changed the two lines in menu.lst, as per the above mentioned, to match the new kernel.

The problem now is that after booting F13, my monitor displays a warning saying "video mode not supported".

These two files are now at /etc/x11:

xorg.conf.livna-config-backup:

# Xorg configuration created by livna-config-display
Section "Files"
ModulePath "/usr/lib64/xorg/modules"
EndSection

[Code].....

I'm not sure if it's exactly the same issue as mine. In case it is, it looks like that all I have to do is:

1 - boot from the previous kernel, and

2 - code: "yum install akmod-nvidia"

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Fedora :: Kernel Panic After Update ?

Nov 30, 2010

After installing the latest updates (dont know which ones) yesterday, I get a kernel panic (LED lights flashing at the keyboard and black screen) when starting X (the login manager). I am running on 64 bit with the proprietary ATI catalyst driver. How can I start in text only mode?

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Jul 24, 2011

wondering if fedora 15 users will get kernel 3.0 by update,, or is that a typicall update for FC16??

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Fedora X86/64bit :: Cannot Update Kernel (Fedora 10 X86_64)

May 31, 2009

Keep trying update the packages (36 in total) and every time I keep getting this error
ERROR with rpm_check_debug vs depsolve:
kernel-x86_64 is needed by kmod-nvidia-2.6.26.6-49.fc8-173.14.12-5.fc8.2.x86_64
kernel-x86_64 is needed by kmod-nvidia-2.6.26.8-57.fc8-173.14.12-5.fc8.3.x86_64
Please report this error at [URL]

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Fedora :: F11 Can't Boot After Kernel Update / Resolve This?

Jul 14, 2009

I just updated my kernel to kernel-2.6.29.5-191.fc11.x86_64 on my x64 system, after I reboot my machine, the Fedora loading bar comes up and finishes but then no gui comes up. I attempt to issue commands at the hanging prompt that comes up but nothing happens. I can boot into my older kernel just fine but not the updated one.

What can I do?

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Fedora :: Recent Kernel Update Won't Boot ?

Aug 10, 2009

The girlfriend did an update a few nights ago. Besides removing her NVidia drivers, it also installed kernel version 2.6.27.29-170.2.78.fc10.i686.

That kernel was causing problems. Now it won't boot at all. How do we remove that kernel altogether?

If we remove it, would simply doing another update from the previous (still working) kernel just try to reinstall that bad kernel?

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Fedora :: Building Custom Kernel For F8 To Update?

Nov 8, 2009

I am trying to update my fedora 8 kernel, is there a way to do that? I build the one of kernel.org but when i want to boot it a get a lot of messages like:
mount: cant find /dev/root
I tried to follow the guide at building a custom kernel for fedora, but thats just for the last supported version of the kernel of fedora 8.

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Fedora Installation :: MBR Mucked Up After Kernel Update?

Nov 19, 2009

Did a fresh install of Fedora 12 on a system w/ FC8. hd0 is an IDE drive, hd1 a SATA drive.I successfully preserved the partitions containing /home and several partitiosn containing video data. (This is a myth box.) I had the installer scrub out the / partition. Installed a relatively minimal set of packages.It's up and running!

I bring up Firefox and the Myth install and configure Wiki page. One of the first things it suggests is create a new environment variable, $KVER, then reboot. I do this. When I check out $KVER it tells me I'm running:

2.6.31.5-127.FC12.i686.PAE

Installed the atrpms repository information. I tried installing the rpmfusion repository, but apparently the FC12 information wasn't up yet. So, I thought I'd go atrpms-only. Per the wiki:

yum install nvidia-graphics

(My motherboard has Geforce 7050 / 630) There were a couple of errors about missing firmware during the install. Oi! I also noticed it downloading a new kernel. "Well!" I thought, "If the new kernel is messed up, I'll boot with the other from the grub menu, and try again."

Reboot. System stops dead after the BIOS hardware display. The message "FROM CD" shows. After that, nothing. Booted to Fedora 12 DVD. Hit Rescue. Confirmed that everything is there file system with. Confirmed that grub.conf was there, and looked OK. I edited it so the timeout wasn't zero and so the menu wasn't hidden.

Rebooted. Several times. Every time, it sticks right after the hardware display.I eventually looked up "master boot record" here and found some directions for resetting grub on the MBR. That did the trick.

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Fedora :: Yum Update To 162 - Kernel - Graphics Are Hosed

Dec 9, 2009

I've been away from computers/Linux for a while so I'm not up on the unix wrangling anymore. So what happened is I started yum extender and it wanted to update. Fine. I let it. I then notice a new kernel is going in so I decide to reboot. I notice different graphics behavior, then I go into my KDE and the graphics are hosed -- as they were when I tried Kubuntu 9.10, which made me come back to my old favorite Fedora. I freak, calm down, reboot (I don't get the old grub? screen offering me kernel boot choices, it just goes into its "ribbon run" at the bottom of the screen) and go into Gnome. Okay, Gnome works -- but no network, i.e., no eth0, i.e., no Internet to come whining to y'all. I then grab the live install disk, get Internet back -- but I don't know how to access the drive or make any changes!

I cry, dry my eyes, try rebooting and banging like a monkey on the keyboard during startup to see if I can get some sort of rescue mode or grub kernel choice list. Yes! After fifth reboot a random pawing of the F keys produces a grub list, I choose 2.6.31.6-145.fc12.i686 and get back to my previous functionality: KDE and Internet work. Culprit is no doubt 2.6.31.6-162.fc12.i686. I would therefore like to know how to boot to the grub manager and get a choice list of kernels to boot

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Dec 27, 2009

Lately when Fedora 12 updates the kernel it defaults to the last kernel entry and not the newest one. However I set grub to boot entry 0 as the default which is allways the new kernel. It runs like this fine until the kernel updates then it seems to change from 0 to 1 on its own is this a new planned aspect of the new kernel being installed?

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Fedora Installation :: New Kernel Not Booted After Update (F12)?

Jan 19, 2010

On a new install of Fedora 12, I did the online update (using PackageKit). However, though the new kernel with images are seen in /etc/boot it still boots into the old kernel:

New-2.6.31.9-174.fc12
Old-2.6.31.5-174.fc12

Code:
$ uname -a
Linux LinuxFedora.HomePC 2.6.31.5-127.fc12.i686.PAE #1 SMP Sat Nov 7 21:25:57 EST 2009 i686

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Fedora :: Kernel Update Causes Boot Errors / Fix It?

Jan 21, 2010

I've run today command: "sudo yum update"
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