I've been trying to get my internal microphone to work in F12, and as part of the things I've tried I had the seemingly bad idea of reinstalling pulseaudio. The problem now is that pulseaudio fails to start... The following is from /var/log/messages, and is repeated several times:Code:Nov 24 08:51:20 localhost pulseaudio: main.c: Daemon startup without any loaded modules, refusing to work.
I have fedora 12 32 bits installed on a Macbook pro (intel core duo) I did "yum update" this morning, I have restarted the system and got the following message:Starting abrt daemon: abrtd: Failed to start: got sig 2 FAILEDI have browsed in the web but I cannot find useful information. Then I typed:$rpm -qa | grep abrt
I just got the problem while starting the dhcp daemon. Its showing failed. I need to start it for my clients to be autoinstalled. I am having CentOS 5.2 linux. I've installed all optional packages also while installing CentOS. How to start the dhcp daemon? I've tried the /etc/init.d/dhcpd start also. But it didnt work. Showing Failed.
Fedora 12 Nessus: 2.2.11-5 Authent: using passwrd Client: GTK version User: added with no rules nessus-mkcrt: has been ran Hosts.allow: hole made for localhost to nessusd with nessusd:127.0.0.1 (this took care of my ssl error)
Upon trying to log into daemon I get the cert then prompted with failed login. I am also not getting anything showing up in my logviewer (gnome). For most other daemons I have had them automagicaly pop up (denyhosts for example) how can I get nessus to show up as well.
The upgrade from 11->12 went very smoothly for me on multiple servers except for one seemingly small item that had me tearing my hair out for a few hours. Three of my machines are MythTV frontends, which rarely do anything else. As such, I have them fairly stripped down package-wise and run MythTV on GNOME with xorg-x11-xinit-session to kick it off via an .xsession script. This scheme has worked flawlessly for years across many versions of Fedora until last week when MythTV mysteriously would not start and the computer would just get stuck in an automatic login loop. I discovered that I could start MythTV after I logged into the GNOME desktop and through some testing and log inspection came to realize that it was PulseAudio that was not starting automatically. I also discovered that I could just SSH in while it was in this loop and issue 'pulseaudio -D' and the next automatic login attempt would start MythTV properly.
As a quick hack, I just tossed 'pulseaudio -D;sleep 3' into my .xsession script and it seems to be working for now. I am interested to know how it used to start up without logging into the desktop before the upgrade. Could this possibly be related to udev or dbus? I have practically no knowledge of those, but do see config files for both in the pulseaudio package.
I installed Blueman & paired my headset successfully but I get this error message when I connect my headset, "Failed to initialize pulseaudio bluetooth module. Bluetooth audio over pulseaudio will not work". When I go to Pulse Audio Volume Control, it's not showing in my hardware list.
I've had nothing but trouble with Pulseaudio in Fedora 14. I had managed to get rid of it in Fedora 10 with the command: su -c "yum remove alsa-plugins-pulseaudio pulseaudio" I just don't want to have to deal with Pulseaudio anymore. It does not like my sound card and gets in the way. Is there a Linux distribution that does not use Pulseaudio ?
I was working on my Drupal test site (running Fedora 11) when it froze. I had to hold down the power button to get it to shut off. When I booted back up, I received the error message "Your system had a kernel failure" after logging in. When I tried to access my test site's ip address or 127.0.0.1, I get the error message "unable to connect". However, I can access and log into Webmin (version 1.440) at 127.0.0.1:10000. Then I noticed that my Apache Web Server (Apache version 2.2.15) was not started. When I try to start it, I get the error message:"Failed to start apache. I'm using Fedora 11, Drupal 6.2 and Apache version 2.2.15.
I'm creating a script that I want to run every time any user logs in (not only on the GUI, but also via SSH or via text terminal). The script will check if a daemon program is running (one per user or per session, haven't decided yet) and, if it isn't, will start it. I want this to be system-wide, not per-user. I thought about using /etc/profile (or creating a file in /etc/profile.d/) for CLI logins and /etc/X11/Xsession (same remark, Xsession.d) for GUI logins. My problem is that if the user uses a non-Bourne shell (e.g. TCSH) this won't work. Is there any initialization script that is run no matter what shell the user has?
I broke PulseAudio accidentally, when I was trying to fix something else. I'm not sure what I did, but PulseAudio no longer starts automatically when I log in. That means I get no sound. I can start the PulseAudio daemon manually by running:
at the command line, but I also have to go into sound preferences and select the correct hardware (Audigy 2 ZS card) instead of my motherboard's sound device (which is not connected to my speakers) to get sound back. How do I make all that happen automatically?
I'm having trouble getting pulseaudio to start without gdm/X11.
Briefly, I have a Via C7VCM mini itx system running Ubuntu 9.04 32 bit desktop that I want to run as a timed audio recorder for a public radio station. The machine's limited in memory and can't handle more recent installations of Ubuntu, 9.04's sufficient for my needs.
I'm porting some old code that worked under Red Hat 7.3. I want the ability to run X11, but normally gdm/X11 will be disabled. The audio commands I need are aumix, arecord and sox/play.
When I log in under X11, pulseaudio starts up and everything code...
For some weird reason dhcpd fails to startup, but when I installed gadmin's dhcpd GUI configuration tool and click activate to start the DHCP server. It works, but for some reason I can't get it to start like a regular service. (Service dhcpd start) Fails without a error code or message.
On my server Linux Redhat i want to configure dhcp server but when i check the dhcp status the dhcpd was stopped and i try to invoked or to start it failed. Even when open the graphical mode service configuration, check the box and click start the output error message is dhcp failed. the error: Starting dhcpd:Failed. How would i start the dhcpd service to run
I rebuilt my box with Fedora 14. installed httpd, mysql php etc. when I tried to start my httpd it was giving me error about finding the root document and server name I was able to fix temp the issue with the name by placing ServerName 192.168.1.105:80 in the httpd.conf file and the root document somehow was fixed also. but I am still can't start the httpd and no error message except that it failed. I also disabled Selinix but still no luck.
I am overseas at the moment, and the wife has been having issues with my machine. After many hours of trying to to talk her through doing things, one of my geeks suggested installing Teamviewer and doing it myself.
I have SSH and WinSCP from work. I am using amd64 so the first attempt to install failed due to unmet dependencies. Then I read the MultiArch bit, installed ai32-libs and the install seemed to work. When my wife tried to start TV, it stated that the daemon was not running. When I try to restart the daemon, I get this.....
I have installed version of ntop 4.0.3 by guide.But I can't start ntop daemon/service. I didn't find a service file for starting.During the installation there was no problem only want to RRDTool so I installed that. Now there is no necessary package required.
I recently built the following items of cdemu from the svn repository: libmirage, vhba-module, the daemon, and the client. I have the library installed, the kernel module loading on boot-up of my system, but aside from that, I can't seem to figure out how to use the client.
I have tried manually starting the daemon a couple of times, but can never get past that part. I can't remember the exact error offhand (away from home comp right now) but it was something to the effect of not being able to create the virtual device "0" in /dev.
I have a backtrack distro on a usb stick. I wish to do the following :- (a) Partition the usb stick to have a ext3 filesystem, so that the instln may be persistent for the changes. But the fdisk utility creates partitions as dev/sdb1p1 and /dev/sdb1p2. These however, could not be accessed by mkfs utility. How to overcome this problem. (b) Next , I downloaded the nessus .lzm file and put it in the /base/module dir. But unable to start the nessus daemon. It suggests an error regarding unable to create /opt/nessus and /etc/nessus/nessusd.conf. I think starting nessus as root would help but the problem persists!
after upgrading VirtualBox from 3.0.x to VirtualBox-OSE-3.1.2-1.fc12.x86_64 VBox fails to start any virtual machine with error: Failed to open/create the internal network 'HostInterfaceNetworking-eth0' (VERR_SUPDRV_COMPONENT_NOT_FOUND).
I get FATAL: Error inserting vboxnetflt (/lib/modules/188.8.131.52-174.2.19.fc12.x86_64/extra/VirtualBox-OSE/vboxnetflt.ko): Invalid module format FATAL: Error inserting vboxnetadp (/lib/modules/184.108.40.206-174.2.19.fc12.x86_64/extra/VirtualBox-OSE/vboxnetadp.ko): Invalid module format Kernel is (obviously) kernel-220.127.116.11-174.2.19.fc12.x86_64, but same thing happens with any installed kernel, IE kernel-rt-18.104.22.168-1.rt20.1.fc12.ccrma.x86_64
I reinstalled VBox and kmods got rebuilt but the problem persists.
I am having some problems installing Fedora 15 64-bit. I use the install DVD. I have an AMD Phenom and a NVidia 8600GTS. When I install using the normal method, my screen freezes somewhere in the settings screen for choosing the computer name. If I use the basic video driver for installing I have no problem. However after everything is installed, and Fedora starts, Gnome says that it failed to start and some features are not available.
I found some information at [URL] that I tried. However after installing kmod-nvidia and rebooting I no longer see any graphical display. A lot of text is on the screen without any error, but no x-windows appears. What can I do to install Fedora correctly and have a good working system? Is the 32-bit version easier to get it working? How can you recover from a system that does not start? What I could do to recover from it.