General :: Disable Support SMBus For Kernel?

Sep 14, 2010

How i can do disable support SMBus for kernel? What is parameters of kernel-config do enable SMBus?

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General :: Disable .rhosts Support In /etc/pam.conf?

Jan 7, 2010

cd /etcsed e s/^.*pam_rhosts_auth/#&/ < /etc/pam.conf >pam.conf.newmv pam.confpkgchk -f -n -p /etc/pam.confWhat does the "sed /^.*pam_rhosts_auth/" command actually eans?

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General :: Kernal Panics Not Syrcing - Host Smbus Not Enabled

Mar 30, 2011

I tried to install Zenwalk, xunbutu, debian6 linuxmint, linuxpuppy and I've had nothing but Kernal panics not syrcing, host smbus not enabled, lupusave file problems, journal commit i/o error. I've been interested in linux for a long time and I was reading about it working well on old computers. Ive got a 366 celeron with a 4G drive and 160M memory (a real screamer). This computer has had win98 winME and win2K with flawless installations. I'm no expert at this stuff but I've been around since the DOS 3.3 days so I know a little bit. All I want to do is see my hard drive boot up in the linux operating system right now. What the heck is up with this file system?

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Server :: Driver Support - QME2572 - Qlogic - Card Became Support By The Kernel

Jul 10, 2011

I'm trying to find out when QME2572 (Qlogic) card became support by the kernel. We have a RHEL 5.1 system that is moving to new hardware, however the kernel at this release doesn't support the new hardware, due to the Qlogic card change. I tired the Redhat KB and Bugzilla. Is there a Kernel change list etc I can search. Never really played around with the kernel too much so I'm just after some pointers for looking up this information. Offically its not supported until Redhat 5.3, I'm trying trying to research kernel info so I can tell the customer they have to upgrade.

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General :: Re-compile The Kernel To Get UDF Support?

Aug 31, 2010

A while back I compiled a custom kernel, 2.6.35. I forgot to add UDF support when configuring and compiling. Will I need to re-compile the kernel to get UDF support or is there some other way I can add it?

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General :: Guest OS Has SMP Kernel Support?

Apr 4, 2010

I am in verse to perform TCP Traffic Tests and need to know if guest OS has SMP kernel support. How can we know if guest OS has SMP kernel support?

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General :: Command To Know OS Kernel Variant Support?

Apr 28, 2010

I want to know what kernel varaints different distros of linux support. As of now, I am downloading OS and running:

rpm -qa kernel-*

to find out if it supports smp,PAE, xen or default kernel.Is this right way to check?

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General :: Compiled A Kernel With TUN/Bridge Support But Cannot Find /dev/net/tun?

Jan 20, 2011

I compiled my own kernel with tun/tap and bridge support. Both modules load fine at boot time (I could read that in the dmesg output). Now I want to use it, and the /dev/net/tun node is not there, so my application gives that error. I'm trying to bridge openvpn connections. Is it possible that udevd is not doing his work?

PS: I'm on a WD MyBook World Ed NAS device. It's ARM, so I cross compiled the kernel from my debian linux machine. I also installed debian on the NAS.)

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General :: Add Sandy Bridge Support To System Kernel

Jul 19, 2011

I want to add Sandy bridge support to linux have linux kernel ,and Sandy bridge changes were added from kernel can anyone suggest how to backport the kernel support for Sandy bridge.

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General :: Configuring USB For BeagleBoard - Build The Kernel With USB Support ?

Mar 30, 2010

I have just started to work with BeagleBoard and built the Linux kernel (version and download to the board and it start. I have also connected to the board over serial to Putty terminal.

Now I want to connect to the Beagle Board using USB instead of serial and I am looking for some info on how to do this.

My goal would be to connect to board over USB and then be able to:
* Download my own binary files/programs from PC over USB to BeagleBoard
* Communicate over USB instead of UART/Putty to get log and execute commands

How do I build the Linux kernel with USB support, meaning what settings should be ticked in menuconfig? Or is it already included?

How do I enable USB OTG in menu config?

I assume I would need some driver on my PC with Windows XP to connect to my BeagleBoard over USB. Were can I find this USB driver?

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General :: Which Vanilla Kernel Version Provide Support For QM57 Chipset

Dec 13, 2010

which vanilla kernel version provide support for QM57 chipset?

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General :: Enhanced Real Time Clock Support - Missing Kernel Option

Jul 6, 2011

In regards to compiling a custom kernel:

When using make menuconfig - under Device Drivers --> Character Devices --> there should be an option with the label "Enhanced Real Time Clock Support" (CONFIG_JS_RTC).

The problem is that this option seems to only show up while using the menu method when other options are either enabled or disabled and I've entirely forgotten what should be what. I swear fingered it out once.

This is on an older computer (P4) so HPET is no good.

You would think that disabling the HPET option would enable the RTC option but that does not appear to be the case.

I understand I can just add the option to the .config file and avoid this hassle but I'm very interested to know how to make this work.

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General :: Disable 3G USB Modem Internal Storage From Being Loaded By System Kernel?

Mar 1, 2011

I've got a problem with my 3G modem [Huawei E122].
It has internal storage and kernel assigns a device [/dev/sdX] to it.
Because of that, every second time my machine will not boot - kernel panic - as my usb hdd gets assigned /dev/sdb instead of /dev/sda.
I cannot use LABEL nor UUID in root= kernel parameter, as it is only available when using initrd, and I can't use it - I am using Debian on my router - mips architecture machine.
I have to prevent this from happening, as my router has to start everyday and I have to be sure it works ok. I don't have physical access to restart it when something goes wrong.
I don't use my modem internal storage, there's no SD card inserted. However kernel detects the reader and loads it.
I can not prevent loading od usb drivers since my hdd is on USB as well.

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Ubuntu :: SMBus Not Enabled?

Jun 4, 2011

What does the message spilled out on start meansIt says something likeSMBus not enabled. Upgrade BIOS or use force=1.i can't upgrade bios. So what does the message mean and how do i use force=1 ? where do i put this command?

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Programming :: Smbus And Intel SCH US15W ?

Feb 12, 2011

Embedded ystem specs: see below.


Problem: no /dev/i2c-0 present

Question: how to use user space i2c/SMBus when I cannot open + utilize devices on the smbus?

For example: smbus_fd = oepn("/dev/i2c-o", O_RDWR) cannot be done since '/dev/i2c-o' does not exists nor is it attached to the i2c-bus (see tree below).

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Software :: Change The Checksum Way Of PEC (smbus)

Oct 5, 2010

As everyone know, the checksum of PEC in Sbus is CRC-8, but in my project, the checksum way is zero-checksum, the SMBus read transaction as below.

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CentOS 5 :: Disable/Change Bind To Only Support Ipv4

Jan 3, 2010

I have searched around, and cant seem to remember where I would change bind to only support ipv4.

network unreachable resolving '
': 2001:503:a83e::2:30#53: 1 Time(s)
network unreachable resolving '


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General :: Ubuntu Can't Support A Higher Resolution That Laptop Can Support?

Apr 14, 2010

I have a HP laptop which can support 1600x900. But after I install ubuntu 9.10 on it, it can only support up to 1280x700. My laptop has a Nvidia graphics card. And i am using GNOME as my desktop environment.

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CentOS 5 :: XFS Kernel Support In 5.4?

Oct 16, 2009

Does this mean kmod-xfs is no longer needed in centos 5.4 x64?

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Fedora :: Default 32 Bit Kernel Support More Than 4GB?

Feb 18, 2010

I just want to know what is the default Fedora 32 bit kernel - does it support more than 4G memory. I would like to save myself from compiling custom kernel and all following fiddling (nvidia drivers, virtualisation software etc) and 64bit OS is not for me - too many apps that I need are missing, of poor quality or need more manual intervention. Actually if bigmem / whatever it is called is configured in the default kernel, this may be the reason to switch. I intend to use 4 to 8 GB memory and it's a desktop, so server builds (like Ubuntu) are not for my taste.

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Slackware :: No ACPI Support In Kernel

Jul 8, 2011

I use Slackware 13.37 32-bit version on ThinkPad X60s. I compiled two Window Maker dockable applications monitoring the processor temperature, fan speed, and battery status: wmpower (see: [URL]) and wmlenovo (see: [URL]). Both these applications refuse to work.

wmpower displays the messages:
CPU frequency scaling available
No power management subsystem detected
No power management support...
wmlenovo displays the message:
No ACPI support in kernel

Did I missed something obvious during the configuration of the system and ACPI doesn't work for me or there's some more serious problem with my system?

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Slackware :: Huge-smp Kernel Does Not Support More Than 4G Of RAM

Nov 15, 2010

I am a long time (1.something) slackware user and maintainer of a mirror site.I'm suddenly having problems with my favorite distro. (1) I've been mainly running Slackware64. When I was experiencing recent problems on a Slackware (32) 13.1 system, I discovered the huge-smp kernel does not support more than 4G of RAM. This is an obvious bug, and I am shocked that there is no fix out yet. Surely I can't be the only Slackware 32 user with >4G of RAM. I've verified it on a 12G i7 system and an 8G Athlon64-X2 system.

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Ubuntu Servers :: GPT Support Come By Default In The New 9.10 Kernel?

Jan 8, 2010

I am installing a new large 4 Tb RAID (hardware) under 9.10. Does GPT support come by default in the new 9.10 kernel? How can I check? I gather I need to use PARTED to make a GPT partition table on the raid. Anyone know details of how to do this? [URL]...

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Ubuntu Installation :: Add IPVS Support To Kernel?

Feb 19, 2010

I'm experimenting with a load balancing setup and have found some pretty good guides, but they all assume that ipvs support is built into the kernel already. e.g.

So of course "modprobe ip_vs_dh" simply outputs "FATAL: Module ip_vs_dh not found."

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Hardware :: Kernel Support For POULSBO SCH IDE Controller?

Nov 1, 2010

I have been unable to boot my CoreExpress Atom Z530 based board from flash, because my kernel does not seem to have support for the (US15W chipset) IDE controller configured. I have read many web links that point to CONFIG_PATA_SCH as the key, but that does not work for me. I _can_ boot RedHat 2.6.18-164.e15 which does not have CONFIG_PATA_SCH configured, but I believe they are using initrd.

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Hardware :: Realtek ALC892 Support In Kernel 2.6.35 ?

Nov 13, 2010

I am currently considering upgrading my system to




and I have done some research on the Realtek ALC892 chip and I am unsure if it will work. I am currently running Linux Mint 10.

I see that Realtek offers a driver but I have not found anybody who had success or if it was built into the Kernel.

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General :: Disable Blank Cd Autostart - Disable The Window And The Icon From The Desktop?

Jan 24, 2011

I have Ubuntu 10.04 with Gnome. Whenever I put in a blank CD/DVD an icon on the desktop appears named "Blank CD/DVD" and a window appears asking me what I want to do with it. How do I disable the window and the icon from the desktop?

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Fedora :: New Kernel Disable Wireless?

Sep 14, 2010

My laptop is Dell Inspiron 1440 with Dell wireless. I use broadcom-wl on Fedora 13 and it works fine. Last week I updated Fedora including the kernel from to, Fedora can not "see" wireless anymore (there is no item related wireless on the right-click menu of the Network Manager icon, of course I can not connect to Internet via wireless)

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Ubuntu :: Disable MMU And Build The Kernel?

Feb 25, 2010

Just like title.can i disable mmu, and build it? how to do that?

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Hardware :: Kernel Disable USB Ports / Hub

Mar 14, 2010

Basically, I just found out inserting a SDHC card into a SD card reader (pre-SDHC) doesn't work well. When the kernel saw it, I guess it decided to disable the ports/hub that device was trying to connect to.

Message from syslogd@siduxion at Mar 14 16:34:32 ...
kernel:[226949.360257] Oops: 0000 [#1] SMP
Message from syslogd@siduxion at Mar 14 16:34:32 ...
kernel:[226949.360259] last sysfs file: /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:18.3/temp4_input
Message from syslogd@siduxion at Mar 14 16:34:32 ...
kernel:[226949.360333] Stack:

I know rebooting the PC will fix this, but it there a way to fix this without rebooting?

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