I'm working on a Fedora 13 server trying to intal some soft following the same steps I did with some other server with Fedora 12 ( not 13, like the new one ).First problem that I found was with 'yum install kernel-devel'
Response: Nothing to do !
Then I tryed 'yum -v info kernel devel'
Name : kernel-devel
Arch : x86_64
Second problem that is stopping me is 'yum install gcc' Some dpendency problem that can not be solved. Tryed --skeep-broken but nothing is installed.I don't have gcc on my sistem.
Ive also tried downloading RPMs to a usb stick and it said it was the wrong ones for my machine.
How do i find out if my machine is x32 x64 x86?
Anyway im trying to install kernel headers and devel from the fedora installation disk but i dont know how to get to the cdrom thru terminal as i cant copy the RPMs to desktop by drag n drop or using software installer.
I dont have an internet connection to the pc so i cant use yum (which would make things so much easier) so can anyone tell me how how to install these packages thru terminal?
from what I understand kernel-devel does not bring in ALL the header files for install modules. so what i would like to know is how to install true headers instead of using kernel-devel. I found one tutorial, but it was way out of date.
I have a problem to install the VMware Server (VMware-server-2.0.2-203138.x86_64.rpm) on "Fedora 13 Desktop Edition 64-bit".I traied all tips I found, but nothing was OK.Please look my linux configuration and the error messages:
The installation of VMware Server 2.0.2 for Linux completed successfully.Before running VMware Server for the first time, you need to configure it for your running kernel by invoking the following command: "/usr/bin/vmware-config.pl". code....
I used Backtrack 5 and Fedora, basically I'm trying to install my wireless card but I don't have these installed to make && sudo. I burned the iso images for backtrack and fedora and booted my computer from them but can't figure out how to install kernel-devel on backtrack for example. I dled yum onto my flash drive but can't figure out how to install it.
I have a fedora 11 with kernel package: kernel-PAE-22.214.171.124-217.2.3.fc11.i686
I would like to install the devel package for this kernel version, but I can't find it, because in the fedora repo there is only the original kernel (126.96.36.199....) and in the updates repo there is only the newest kernel package (2.6.30....)
Where can I find the packages which are between the fedora and update repos' versions?
I have a program that needs kernel headers. The machine is running CentOS release 5.4 (Final). uname -r output: 2.6.18-164.9.1.el5 When I try to do a - yum install kernel-devel or kernel-headers I get: kernel-headers i386 2.6.18-194.3.1.el5 updates 1.0 M Why don't they match?
I tried installing the VBOX additions. But after running the VBoxLinuxAdditions.run file, building of the kernel modules failed. It gave following message: The headers of the currently running kernel were not found. If the current compilation fails then probably this could be the reason. The missing package can be probably installed with yum install kernel-devel-188.8.131.52-5.fc15.i686.
But when I tried installing the above kernel headers and devel package, it says no such package were found.kernel is 184.108.40.206-5.fc15.i686 but the kernel headers are not available for this version. They are available for previous versions i.e 220.127.116.11-0.fc15.i686.should I downgrade my kernel version (if it's possible) or is there any way things can work out. I have enabled 3D accelaration and given the memory of 128 MB for display. The memory for Virtual Box is 1 GB and hard Disk is 8 GB. The host system is windows 7.
I have installed CentOS 5.4 & am trying to install VirtualBox on it. To install VirtualBox I run the command:
yum localinstall path/Virtualbox.rpm
It runs through the dependency check & says everything is fine. It installs the rpm & then says that compiling of the kernel module failed & that VirtualBox will not start until this is fixed, & that the most like cause is that the kernel sources are not installed.
I have installed the kernel-devel package & have the kernel source tree located at /usr/src/kernel/2.6....
I was trying to compile a new (stable) kernel and got an error when I tried "make xconfi packages and uninstalling 81 packages (will attatch pix once home). I'm using Fedora14 with KDE packages and uninstalling 81 packages. I'm using Fedora14 with KDE so much stuff to get qt-devel?
On F13 i386 inside Virtualbox. Host is a Win7 x64 box.
This may just be more idle curiosity than anything else since the server still works. . . but it's really bothering me because I can't explain it.
My (limited) understanding is that the devel files are just the source files and shouldn't actually affect peformance.
Yet, prior to installing httpd-devel (and its dependencies), /etc/init.d/httpd restart takes about 2 seconds total. After installing httpd-devel, the "stopping" phase of the httpd restart take 5-7 seconds (which seems really long when you're just sitting there waiting on it.
yum install httpd-devel also installs the following for dependencies: db4-cxx db4-devel cyrus-sasl-devel apr-devel apr-util-devel openldap-devel expat-devel
All but one of those are devel files as well. And here's the real kicker: Uninstalling them through YUM doesn't put things back to normal (even after reboot).
I'm no linux expert. But I wouldn't think installing devel files would have this effect or any effect like this since they're just source code files (?). Can anyone explain what's happening or give me tips on how I can watch the apache process stop and see what's hanging it up?
I have installed the fedora 14, but there is no kernel source tree.I read the doc "building a custom kernel".But I don't want to rebuild a new kernel.I just want to install the source tree of current kernel.Could someone tell me the way?
I have been getting some compile errors here and there and have read that possibly I need to install the kernel-devel package.I am running 18.104.22.168 which I built from source.I have also built and installed the kernel-headers.I cannot find the kernel-devel for 22.214.171.124 anywhere, can I build it myself from the kernel source?
I tried to install SDL-devel on a 64 bit Fedora 12 computer. I get this
Code: [root@Fedora dolphin-emu-read-only]# yum install -t SDL-devel Loaded plugins: presto, refresh-packagekit Setting up Install Process Resolving Dependencies
I need to insall SDL-devel to compile Dolphin, can I force it to continue or not perform a dependency check? When I try to remove it, it tried to remove tons of files as dependencies, can I stop it from doing that?
How can I install the newest kernel, if possible? I believe I'm having issues with the 2.6.30 kernel and lockups. I would like to try a different kernel. If I can't upgrade to newest kernel, what about installing an older one? This was a fresh install of F11 about two weeks ago so I only have two kernels. The default one, 126.96.36.199-43.fc11.i686.PAE and 188.8.131.52-43.fc11.i586, which is the one when I added nvida kmod drivers. What does the PAE represent in the first kernel?
I am very much a Newbie to Linux/Fedora. Just installed Fedora 10, but having some problems with hardware driver recognition, particularly a wireless network PCI card. ndiswrapper is looking for a kernel in usr/src/kernels, which doesn't exist.In Fedora, is it necessary to compile a kernel? Looking through the FAQ at kernelnewbies, states to extract the kernel to a Linux directory, in usr/src, which also doesn't exist.
I've been trying to install fedora 12 on my laptop, however, I've been running into kernel panics on both the live cd and the install dvd. I'm using an HP HDX16 with an Intel Core Two Duo T9400 @ 2.53ghz, and a Nvidia Geforce 9600M GT. Dunno if any other hardware might be involved. Here's the text I get on my screen:
Code: NetLabel: protocols = UNLABELED CIPSOv4 NetLabel: unlabeled traffic allowed by default DMAR; Host address width 36 DMAR: DRHD base: 0x0000000000000000 flags: 0x1 IOMMU 0: ver 0:6 cap f00021a4f000e2c3 ecap f000ff54f000ff53 DMAR:RMRR base: 0x89dc9ff649ff77fd end: 0xf4ffdefe05fcfbffe DMAR: No ATSR found DRHD: handling fault status reg f0002198 Kernel panic - not syncing: DMAR hardware is malfunctioning
I've got a new 5.5 64-bit install that has been updated to 5.6 this morning. While installing nspr-devel through yum i get stuck at the following dependency:
nspr-devel-4.8.6-1.el5.x86_64 from base has depsolving problems --> Missing Dependency: nspr = 4.8.6-1.el5 is needed by package nspr-devel-4.8.6-1.el5.x86_64 (base) nspr-devel-4.8.6-1.el5.i386 from base has depsolving problems
F12 Clean Install stopped with line: [<c04041a7>] kernel_ thread_helper+0x7/0x10 The machine has completed more than 30 hours of HD cleaning with DBAN (overwrites the HD). It used to be able to run F9 or Ubuntu 8.04 but always returned kernel panic during other distro installation attempts. Why after a complete HD clean though?
I found out that to compile my new kernel - which requires 'qmake' - I need to install the "qt-devel" package. Doing so - according to the package manager - would require uninstalling 81 packages and downgrading almost 50 other packages.
I'm running under Fedora 14 w/ KDE and it's asking to remove things like Amarok and OpenOffice. Am I missing a step or something?