CentOS 5 :: Public Key For Syslinux-3.86-3.i386.rpm Is Not Installed
Mar 6, 2011
I keep getting a notice that "Updates Available" for the package syslinux-3.86-3.i386 updates syslinux-3.11-4.i386. But when I try to do that I am met with a dependency for perl-Crypt-PasswdMD5-1.3-1.2.1 which is followed by the error: Public key for syslinux-3.86-3.i386.rpm is not installed
When I installed CentOS on a 64 bit machine, I selected the 64 bit option. However, for some reason it installed many i386 packages - these were exact duplicates of installed x86_64 packages.Is this typical? How do I prevent this on future installs? If I left them installed, could this have caused a problem in the future? Due to my fastidious nature, I used yum extender to uncheck every duplicate i386 package and uninstalled them. This took some time. I am still not proficient with yum directly so I am wondering if there is a command to uninstall all i386 packages quickly.
I am having issues installing nagios-plugins using yum. Been using Suse don't have much experience with CentOS (CentOS release 5.2 (Final), ) Linux hoster 2.6.18-92.1.22.el5 #1 SMP Tue Dec 16 12:03:43 EST 2008 i686 athlon i386 GNU/Linux It says
"Error: Missing Dependency: perl(Net::SNMP) is needed by package nagios-plugins" Whereas net-snmp-perl.i386 is already installed. yum deplist nagios-plugins Loading "fastestmirror" plugin Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
I am in the process of building a new server on an Asus P5QPL-AM motherboard and an Intel E8600 processor.explain to me the difference between the two versions and what would you recommend.Also, is there any advantage of SATA over IDE hard drives?
I have been using SLES 10 SP1 so far with about 6TB Raid system without problems.I have upgraded the OS to CentOS 5.3 i386 and I have noticed the kernel can not recognize raid system larger than 2TB.Is there any parameters that I have to set ? or the i386 distribution simply does not support larger raid, so I have to use x86_64 version, instead?
For some reason, no matter what setting I adjust in Administration or Prefrences in the system menu for sound, no sound seems to come from my speakers. I created a log file and I got this as the error:------- System Config Soundcard Log -------- Sun Sep 12 12:59:56 EDT 2010 aplay: main:583: audio open error: Device or resource busy
I was following a simple tutorial on how to program and compile a hello world program using assembly when I got this error;Quote:ld: i386 architecture of input file `hello.o' is incompatible with i386:x86-64 output.The tutorial told me to make two files;Quote:hello.asmsection .data;section declaration
msg db "Hello, world!",0xa;our dear string len equ $ - msg ;length of our dear string section .text;section declaration
I am trying to download CentOS 5.4 from the following link[URL].. CentOS-5.4-i386-bin-DVD.iso 02-Oct-2009 12:35 3.7G I have downloaded it twice with chrome and the size I received twice is 1.99 GB (2,147,417,640 bytes)
Is this correct or I am doing something wrong. I am reluctant to try another mirror because I guess they all will point to the same file.
I have a problem when install Cenos5.5-i386-dvd.iso on VMware6.5. My host os is Windows2003 sp1 and I installed Centos via VMware on host windows2003. After powering on VM, it loaded the ISO file but showed me an error like that " Could not fine kernel image : linux " then boot process failed.
I've been trying to find log4cpp and log4cpp-devel packages in the *i386* repositories on the Centos 5.4 mirrors but they appear to be missing. They do exist in the x86_64 repositories on the same mirrors.e.g.[URL]
After yum installed me fuse-ntfs-3g-2009.11.14-1.el5.rf.i386 I noticed that on one NTFS partition directories created by a normal user were writable only by root, although the user's umask was correct (0022; actually the files had root as group owner).I have a second partition mounted with exactly the same options in /etc/fstab where this problem did not occur.
I have been given a "gift" of a Netfinity 5100 that currently has that other M$ operating system on it. I want to configure it as closely as possible to my web server located in Chicago that uses CentOS 5.5. and use it as a "test server".
This is daunting for me as I've only been involved with Linux for less than 6 months. I have Ubuntu 10.10 on my desktop PC.
The person who gave it to me indicated that I should plug it in and let the 2 arrays charge for 24 hours. I'm doing that. I also have had an electrician install a clean new 20 amp circuit for it. And I have downloaded and created a CentOS 5.5 i386 Live CD.
OK ... we've now exhausted my realm of knowledge. Can anyone give me a broad scope of what needs to be done? I will try to plug in the specifics of each step as I progress.
A assume I plug in a keyboard and screen to it. Do I use an ethernet connection between the server and my router to provide broadband ... what steps are necessary to configure that? Do I need to download and install Apache and MySQL .. if so, where?
I have a PXE/kickstart installation system running ok. I would like to build a custom installation x86_64 .iso with the i386 .rpms removed. Currently I install from the standard x86_64 iso, then go and remove the i386 rpm's with all the attendant problems and impact on docs etc. Has anybody tried this? Is it as simple as just deleting *i386.rpm and then building another .iso from the resultant installation tree?
I have a centos server x86_64 arch installed - i am getting some issues where i want to update rpms but because there is a equivliant i386 package installed i get dependency errors.Is it safe to run this command to remove all i386 packages - will my system still boot after this yum remove *.i?86
So I'm playing around w/ some Cisco equipment and needed a quick tftp server. Go to command line and type yum install tftp-server. I get No Package available! I can clearly see it here on the i386 repo. Any ideas?? In the meantime, I'm just going to upgrade this lil 600m laptop to CentOS 6 to quickly solve the problem but I thought it was curious.
Anyone know what version of spam assassin is newer 3.3.1-3 or 3.3.1-52 I would assume 52 is newer but I don't know if once it reaches 99 it going to 2 Example 3.3.1-99 ---- 3.3.1-2 -----3.3.1-21 and so on. I could be completely off but can anyone just clarify if 3.3.1-3 is newer or older than 22.214.171.124
(On a side note does anyone know the difference between spamassassin-3.3.1-3.el5.rfx.i386.rpm and spamassassin-3.3.1-3.el5.rf.i386.rpm?? What does the X mean?) I looked at the release date of .52 and it seems to be in march 2010 whereas .1-3 seems to be in november. oes that seem correct? Does anyone have a direct download to spamassassin-3.3.1-3el5.rf.i386.rpm???
I'm trying to write a p2p file sharing program using python's built-in libraries. Everything is going well. The only thing is that i'd like to be able to use openssl public and private keys so only a host with the public key could access/decrypt the filesharing. I've gotten these libraries (httplib, basehttpserver, ssl, os) to work using just a pem file containing both the public and private keys but no success with them seperately. Can someone point me in the right direction or offer an alternative? PS, the goal of the project is to create an anonymous, decentralized, secure file sharing program. I want to be able to upload this to sourceforge so everyone can use it, if that's any incentive