was able to install iSCSI target via yum, configured a couple of target LUNs, in fact all the same steps that worked on Fedora 10 appeared identical. However, when I try to start the service the following happens.
[root@Server01 ~]# service iscsi-target start
Starting iSCSI target service: FATAL: Error inserting crc32c_intel (/lib/modules/184.108.40.206-167.fc11.i686.PAE/kernel/arch/x86/crypto/crc32c-intel.ko): No such device
I've been trying to figure out how to set up a partition on my CentOS serve r as an iscsi target, so I can access it from another CentOS client.I've been reading the manuals and various pages on the web, and nothing is very clear. I just want to be able to create a partition on my server, define it as a target, and then have my client initiator mount it.
I am trying to install iscsi-target on centos 5.4 i386. When I go into the iscsi-target directory and type make I get the following error: [root@cluster-storage iscsitarget-1.4.19]# make cc: /lib/modules/2.6.18-164.el5/build/include/linux/version.h: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden cc: keine Eingabedateien /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -lt: unary operator expected make -C usr make: Entering directory `/opt/iscsitarget-1.4.19/usr' ..... make: *** [kernel] Fehler 2
So I've been trying to install to an iSCSI target for the past two weeks and while the installation finishes, booting doesn't work. I get dropped to a shell after boot installation. I have seen some bugs on red hat bugzilla 705213, but don't know how to resolve it. I'm new to Fedora but really want to embrace the distro
I'm trying to install Fedora 11 x86_64 on system with Adaptec U160 and 2 Ultra160 HD. It is not part of a network and iSCSI is not wanted. But the installer keeps selecting iSCSI automatically and won't let me change it. I try to do a "replace linux system" with my own partition scheme-which preserves the partitions already on this drive. I eventually have to exit the installer.
I have never done this before but stood up a new Debian (testing) x64 system. It only has 146GB available for RAID1 so I created a 500GB iSCSI LUN on my NAS device on the network and am really confused how I can attach my Debian to the iSCSI LUN I created. Right now the OS is installed all locally on the machine but I would like the iSCSI LUN to be the /home directory for mail storage. Is this possible or do I need to mount the LUN to a newly created folder / mount point that is locally attached?
I have a dual CPU Xeon machine that I have been using various versions of fedora on for years.
The machine has the following disk layout:
I currently have Fedora 10 and grub installed on hda and I had to jump through hoops to install such as disabling the promise controller and reassigning drives because that blasted /dev/mapper kept grabbing the Maxtor ATA drives although I didn't want it to.
Anyway, in the BIOS I can boot from the secondary IDE controller so I want to install Fedora 13 on hdb. Problem is, the Fedora installer won't detect the drive.
Its partition table is as follows:
There is approximately 69GB of free space on this disk but the blasted python based installer wont show the disk as a possible installation location. If I exit to a bash shell I see that the device nodes do exist and I can manually mount and manipulate the disk but the installer is brain dead where the disk is concerned.
I will mention that sdc, sdi, and sdj are used with mdadm to create high performance striped volumes. Also, sdc shows up under /dev/mapper and I don't want to use /dev/mapper at all. I want simple /dev/sd? mount points...no stinking /dev/mapper, and no stinkin volume manager wrappers...
Why I cannot get the installer to use /dev/sdb?
Is there a disk signature on /dev/hd[bc] that is causing them to be grabbed by /dev/mapper, and if so, how would I remove that signature from the drive? /dev/mapper is vacant under Fedora 10.
Is it possible to install two NICs during an installation from CD? I tried and failed yesterday. The eth0 would have a static ip address 192.168.0.11 and would be used for Internet/network whereas eth1 would have a static ip address of 192.168.2.81 and would be used for connection to the ISCSI system (DROBOPRO). Oh yes, it's Ubuntu 10.04 Server version.
Install asks me to choose one of the two devices for configuration - I tried to be clever and set up one then the other but it didn't work, although the ISCSI subsystem was clearly working when I set up eth1 because the DROBO kicked into life as soon as I entered the IP address - communication was taking place. Thinking that my fudge had worked, I continued to complete the installation only to find that neither network interface worked on reboot.
I'm trying to jump Ubuntu Server 10.04.1 x86_64 on an HP DL360 G5. After loading the modules for install, I'm greeted with an iSCSI prompt that cannot be bypassed. Hitting Finish brings me right back to the same iSCSI prompt.The issue seems to be identical to y kickseed file is as follows:
Code: #platform=x86, AMD64, or Intel EM64T # System authorization information
I'm a long-time windows junkie experimenting with Linux in order to broaden my knowledge spectrum. After failed attempts with no real support from Mandriva, Fedora's seemingly idiot-proof USB installation right from windows was a major turn-on to Fedora. I successfully downloaded and installed Fedora 10 i686 with the Live USB installer and, after a few tries and reformats, got it to boot up, if a bit shaky.
However, certain features of the OS seem to be out of place. Most notably, I can't find any options at all in the lists for "add/remove software." They simply come up as "No package cash is available." or something to that effect. Believe it or not, I had the common sense to search around before posting, but most users who posted with this problem ran a Yum update through the terminal and everything came up yippee-skippee. For me, not so much:
i've downloaded and burn the live cd of690MB, ISO format, 1 CD-ROM disc image for Intel-compatible PCs (32-bit) I am trying to install on my desktop which runs on phenom,it just doesn't bootbut on the other hand on my thinkpad laptop it works...
trying to understand the two underlined sentences below I got to ask Step by step. I created a new group called usb. I inserted a usb printer and scanner. I tried to find the file usbfs and there is where get stuck already. I only can find a folder with that name. The sentence (3 -) makes almost no sense to me.
a) modify file /etc/fstab clear open terminal, go to etc, su gedit fstab
b) inserting a line yes I understand that!
c) the right path and the number corresponding the "usb" group :
I have installed Fedora 10 on my laptop, but I cannot start GUI at all. Besides, I cannot get sounds, either.... lspci gives me following infos: 00:11.5 Multimedia audio controller: VIA Technologies, Inc. AC97 Audio Controller 01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: VIA Technologies, Inc. Integrated Video my laptop is a little bit out of date, sound card and video card are integrated.
I saw many linux OSes have a smooth stability with sun virtualbox.for example VBoxaddons already initially installed.I installed fedora 12 x86_x64 (within vbox in xp64bit)but only 800x600 resolution is avaible.Smooth Mouse jumping from Pc to vbox etc.
1.is there any good installer that have already packages initially installing for virtualbox ? 2.Which version listed below have x64 kernel?
I have two machines. One is for web server and the other is for database server.I need to install php in the web server and postgresql in the database server. I installed postgresql. But could not install php as it needs postgresql library during configuration steps.
After reading all the forum entries and tutorials I could find, which all make it sound very easy to do, however I type the command 'make' in the folder where I have the "rtl8192su_linux_2.4_2.6.0003.1019.2009.tar.gz " unzipped and get the following output:
make: Entering directory `/lib/modules/220.127.116.11-45.fc14.i686/build' make: *** No rule to make target `modules'. Stop. make: Leaving directory `/lib/modules/18.104.22.168-45.fc14.i686/build'
I read the manual for systemD and systemctl, and I could not see a way to display the dependencies of local-fs.target. My system hangs at boot, somewhere before the local-fs.target completes. Not only do I know know what is failing, I don't know what it is trying to do.I can boot to the emergency target. But that does not trigger the problem. I have the logging options on, but it FREEZES when I try the local-fs.target, so I never get to open the logs. I'd like to know what it is trying to do, so I can step through manually.
I boot to emergency. Manually start each local-fs.target.wants/* then local-fs.target It waits a long tome for something, then it "works" but does not mount my lvm filesystems. I try again for default.target, and this time local-fs.target fails with a dependency, and the system hangs again. syslog is not available at the time of the hang. What ever is the first fail, is lost when the console scrolls.I's looking a lot like I must do a full reinstall of this system.
I'm having real issues installing 10.04 to an SSD - I had one SSD fail, and have replaced it with a brand new one, but the 10.04 installer fails at beginning to write files to the disk with this error:
[Errno 30] Read-only file system: '/target/bin'.
* Windows XP will install to this SSD with no issues
* I can install 10.04 to a standard HDD with no errors.
What is happening that is stopping me from installing 10.04 to this drive? I am fairly sure that there is no issue with the SSD (I have two brand new, identical OCZ Vertex II 60gb drives which both encounter this error.)
I have tried partitioning the drive using gparted on another machine, leaving 5mb free at the start of the drive, and having a single partition for /, and a 1gb swap partition. "Round to cylinders" was unchecked. The partitioning was successful, and the drives can be mounted on my other machine, but the 10.04 installer encounters the same error.
I can't get Ubuntu to boot. The computer isn't actually mine so I don't know exactly what happened, but I think an update went badly wrong...
Anyway, whenever I try and boot Ubuntu, i get this
Code: Killed mount: mounting /dev on /root/dev failed: No such file or directory mount: mounting /sys on /root/sys failed: No such file or directory mount: mounting /proc on /root/proc failed: No such file or directory Target filesystem doesn't have /sbin/init No init found. Try passing init= bootarg
(and then something about initramfs) I've been trying to find out what the error is on the forums, and I think it could be to do with grub not being able to find something, but I really don't know because I don't understand exactly what's going on.
I can load the grub menu, but I can't boot Ubuntu from there. Also, I can't run or install Ubuntu on a live usb because it just hangs at the Ubuntu loading screen.