Fedora Installation :: Kernel-devel Package With Version Between The Fedora And Update Repo Version
Sep 11, 2009
I have a fedora 11 with kernel package: kernel-PAE-184.108.40.206-217.2.3.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 (220.127.116.11....) 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 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-18.104.22.168-5.fc15.i686.
But when I tried installing the above kernel headers and devel package, it says no such package were found.kernel is 22.214.171.124-5.fc15.i686 but the kernel headers are not available for this version. They are available for previous versions i.e 126.96.36.199-0.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 am running Ubuntu 9.04 at work and have a sudden need to install a newer version of python-support (> 0.9.0) than is currently available in the repo (0.8.7) for my Ubuntu version. Upgrading to 9.10 is not an option as we are planning to jump to 10.04 LTS in the next few months and I am unable (unwilling) to mess with a complete upgrade prior. Is it possible for me to upgrade to the newest version of python-support - or is this package OS version specific? Assuming it's possible, how might I go about the process of upgrading?
1. what is the difference between the repo version and the sun .rpm version? 2. will usb, printer, etc. be available to the guest os? 3. Will my computer be able to handle running 2 os? after upgrade I will have a p4, 1g ram (333 ddr), and a 250g hard drdive.
IMy goal is to install WinXP and to help test new version of openSUSE with openbox.
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' Response: Installed Packages Name : kernel-devel Arch : x86_64 code....
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.
I'm running fedora 12, am a relatively new user, and downloaded OO 320. package is 9483. I installed it before I realized fedora already included an OO version. Now, I click the icons and nothing happens. I looked at the desktop-integration area, and see the package for the icons is 7823? Yum will now neither update, nor remove OO. I hate having to revert to Windows to do some of my work.
At the moment I am using kernel 2.6.31-14-generic. I'm not one of those people who needs to have the latest and greatest kernel to be happy, I just rely on the update manager. I swore that I saw an update for a new kernel, but my kernel version hasn't changed. I'm just curious if there was a new kernel that was released or if that was just an update to the kernel listed above.
I was told by my security officer that I must remove SSL 2.0 and start using version SSL 3.0 due to security vulnerability. I don't even know how I can check on the current version, let alone upgrading to the current version we're running.
Here's what rpms are loaded on my server: openssl-devel-0.9.7a-43.17.el4_6.1 xmlsec1-openssl-1.2.6-3 docbook-style-dsssl-1.78-4 mod_ssl-2.0.52-41.ent.2 openssl-0.9.7a-43.17.el4_6.1 openssl-devel-0.9.7a-43.17.el4_6.1 xmlsec1-openssl-1.2.6-3 openssl096b-0.9.6b-22.46 openssl-0.9.7a-43.17.el4_6.1
When I installed fedora 11 the other day using the live CD it installed the i586 kernel and not the i686, despite the fact that smolt seems to know that that the hardware is i686 (well, actually it's x86, but I'm not going to argue because I forgot to get that one...). Why would it install the i586 one though? (uname -r 188.8.131.52-213.fc11.i586) But more importantly, are there any specific issues which this version can cause that I should be aware of? I can't really be bothered to change it at the moment if there is no real issue with it but I'm not too sure what difference it makes? Is it slower? It seems to know that I have a quad-core processor and seems to use them fine.
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?
I'm using F11 and I've downloaded and installed kernel 184.108.40.206-25.fc11.x86_64 from koji. Since I'm dumb.... I've installed with rpm -Uvh kernel* so now I've loose the latest stable fedora kernel... I've tried to manually download kernel but when I try to install it complains because it's older then the current installed. How can I restore to kernel 2.6.29?
Which is the current stable version of kernel in fedora 10 and how can I installed because right now I have unstable kernel: uname -a Linux blind 220.127.116.11-60.fc10.x86_64 #1 SMP Sat May 9 04:18:14 EDT 2009 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
I just want to get back to latest stable kernel of fedora 10. I'm not able from the grub to choose an older because there are only kernels for fedora 9. The problem was that previously I used fedora 9 however I upgrade it but it was still with kernel of fedora 9 so I pick it the unstable of fedora 10 and I installed it. Right now I just want to get back to current version of kernel in fedora 10 so I can upgrade it to fedora 11.
I am relatively new to the Linux System (8 months). I am having issues after upgrading the Scientific Linux 6 kernel from its current 2.6.x version to the latest version that SL6 has available. The issue is that once I install the upgrade and reboot, the internet becomes extremely laggy when scrolling on web pages, so much so that you get a ripple like effect as your scrolling. Which doesn't occur in the current kernel i am using.
Current Kernel is: 2.6.32-71.18.2.el6 New Kernel RPM update is: 2.6.32-71.29.1.el6
I wish I could figure out the problem but I am having trouble identifying what exactly the current kernel has that the new one doesn't that would cause the internet lag. I have read other topics with similar kernel update problems, but none have expressed an internet problem & only an internet problem from a kernel update.
What I don't get are any kernel-headers-<version>.<arch>.rpm Files. Don't I need them to rebuild modules and drivers on System B? Otherwise, how should I copy my new headers to System B? BTW, System B crashes when I try to build the Kernel on it, that's why I'm building debugger Kernels on System A.
I have a system with one 2.6.35 kernel, one 2.6.38 kernel I built from a koji src rpm and 1 rawhide 2.6.39 kernel I installed directly with yum. Now that a newer 2.6.35 is out, I'd like to yum update my 2.6.35 kernel so I'll have those two in the 2.6.35 range. But the problem is those newer kernels (38 and 39) make yum think there's no update that's available because they have higher version numbers than the new 18.104.22.168-90 kernel. Is there someway I can make yum update to 22.214.171.124-90 anyway? I was thinking I could download the kernel and kernel-devel rpm files for 126.96.36.199-90 and do the yum install for them off the hard drive, would that work?