Fedora :: Rebuild: Cannot Rebuild From Current State

Nov 21, 2010

When trying to rebuild a RAID1 on a FastTrak TX4310 controller after a disk was replaced the below message is given:

[root@SAMBA Samba]# dmraid -R pdc_gigcjhdfa /dev/sdc
Volume "pdc_gigcjhdfa" is not in rebuild state (current: 16)

Rebuild: cannot rebuild from current state!

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Dec 16, 2010

I have been using F12 for while now, I had applied update when it available. After the latest update, my laptop have lot of Kernel Crash error and it hang up more often. I try to upgrade to the F13 or F14 but not successful at all. My only hope now is to rebuild the Kernel to the early Kernel. How to rebuild the Kernel to
My current Kernel is
Gnome 2.28.2
1G memory
Intel PIII mobile 1.13G

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Oct 19, 2009

I tried to install the Catalyst 9.9 driver on Fedora 11 64bit. Only when I was finished with the guide, I read the comments that said it wouldn't work on 2.6.30 kernel.I've written over my old xorg.conf, blacklisted radeon and radeonhd, restarted my machine.When i restarted my machine X wouldn't work ofcourse and all I got is some red coulor in the top of the screen, and no access to terminal via ALT+F2->F6. only way to get access is to add "telinit 1" to the startup line in GRUB

I've tried


X -configure



system-config-display --reconfig

The first dosen't work and the last dosen't seem to be installed....since i'm on wireless the network has problems to connect....I can pull a cable but not right now.....

I have yet to try:


[root@fedora ~]$ /usr/share/ati/fglrx-uninstall.sh

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Aug 24, 2010

I get the following error message when I try to access all of the sections in Add/Remove Sofware;

"No package cache is available. The package list needs to be rebuilt. This should have been done by the backend automatically

failed to search names: failure: repodata/5374141db0e227497be1e7ced5f1c45dafbe2f1899874f961f 7c54478b112bb9-primary.sqlite.bz2 from updates: [Errno 256] No more mirrors to try[

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Aug 10, 2011

I've cloned a machine by removing a HDD from a Raid mirror set putting it into another machine and powering on and fsck'ing a few times and everything is great apart from the ethernet port numbering has gone a bit wonky.

The cloned machine which must have a specific configuration using eth0,1,2,3 naming convention however when I boot the freshly cloned machine eth4,5,6,7 show up and eth0,1,2,3, are missing (as it detects the new machines ethernet ports)

Is there some configuration file I can delete, reboot the machine and then Fedora rebuilds the file using eth0,1,2,3, and populating with the correct hardware address.I need to clone this machine lots and lots and lots of times and the manual why I've figured out is a little long winded.

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Jan 25, 2010

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Jan 8, 2010

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Dec 23, 2010

my problem is inkscape-0.48.0-1.fc14.3.src.rpm in fedora 14 64 bittry rebuild --source inkscape-0.48.0-1.fc14.3.src.rpm and this my error:I think something wrong pkgconfig .

attributes.cpp:20:32: fatal error: glib.h: No such file or directory
compilation terminated.
arc-context.cpp:21:28: fatal error: gdk/gdkkeysyms.h: No such file or directory


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Jan 1, 2010

I recently did a very stupid thing:

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Jul 22, 2010

I've lost the disk that contained the /boot directory of a 9.10 installation.All other important partitions/directories are on a raid0 and working ok.So, I started trying to repair the system by booting from Ubuntu 9.10 live cd, creating a new partition on a new disk for /boot, mounting all partitions in its place for a chroot environment, doing the chroot, and then trying several reinstalls of packages which I supposed where enough for rebuilding /boot (linux kernel & grub), then I ran something like grub-setup which installed a new MBR on the new disk.Everything went ok, but when I reboot the new installation it gets me to a text mode login screen and of course I want to recover the previous configuration which ran gdm and auto login into GNOME I had before.After that I tried reinstalling some other packages like gdm but now the boot process "hangs" on the boot splash screen.

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Apr 29, 2010

I have backtrack 4 on vmware player... i have intel (R) wifi 5100 agn wireless card and when i type airmon-ng there is nothing shown on interface....it's empty... i downloaded a driver from here [URL] and i have been told i need kernel rebuild... i have kernel so how can rebuild it?

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Jul 18, 2009

I want rebuild my 2.6.18.-128.e15 kernel in CentOS 5.3? but i have one trouble. When i type make bzImage I see

make[1]: *** No rule to make target `init/main.o', needed by `init/built-in.o'. Stop.
make: *** [init] Error 2

on the screen. It is because kernel sourse codes are not full. I can not search full sourse codes of 2.6.18.-128.e15 kernel.not in src.rpm , not in tar.bz2 etc.

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Oct 12, 2010

I am trying to install some patches and drivers needed for a wifi card, but im getting an error that says: "build your kernel with CONFIG_LIBIPW=m." How can I recompile the kernel to add that? And can I do it without having to download a new kernel package? (i mean recompiling the existing kernels)

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Aug 25, 2010

I am trying to use Banshee to sync my 5th generation iPod nano on a Lenovo laptop. When I plug the iPod in, it is recognized just fine by Banshee, however when I click on the iPod icon it tells me that it is unable to read the iPod because it has been used with a version of iTunes that saves a version of the database that Banshee can't recognize.

All of this is fine. I click on rebuild iPod database since I have no intention of using iTunes in the future with this iPod, and I don't mind losing the playlists or songs on the iPod (I have them all on the computer). The database rebuilds normally from all appearances, and after a short time I am able to read all songs on the iPod and transfer things back and forth.

The frustration comes into play with the fact that next time I load up the iPod on Banshee, it asks for the exact same process. It is unable to read the iPod, needs to rewrite the database, etc..

Is there some way to permanently alter the database that I'm missing, or is this an issue with 5th generation compatibility?

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Mar 11, 2010

Iam trying to alter a bootable Debian install CD based on the instructions [URL] this is the command to rebuild the iso image as specified at the above link.


$ mkisofs -o debian-503-amd64-CD-1-preseed.iso
-r -J -no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4
-b isolinux/isolinux.bin
-c isolinux/boot.cat ./debian-503 2> /dev/null

I've read the man pages for all the options specified and made sure that all paths are relative. However, the output iso file is not being generated.

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Jun 22, 2011

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Jun 18, 2011

I'm currently trying to rebuild the Seamonkey package so as to have only the browser, and not all the remaining cruft like Mail, News, Composer and Dishwasher. I remember having done this for a few years - Netscape also allowed to do that - and it went well. Basically, all you had to do was to replace the --enable-application=suite option by something like --enable-application=browser, and then disable the other apps explicitly with some option like --disable-calendar, --disable-mailnews, --disable-composer, if I remember correctly.

I've tried to rebuild the Seamonkey source with a modified SlackBuild, but to no avail. ./configure --help shows me some options in that direction, but I have yet to find out some magic combination to get it to work. --enable-application=APP doesn't seem to know the browser-only option anymore, and defining various --disable-mailnews and --disable-calendar options results in compilation errors.

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CentOS 5 :: How To Rebuild Sofware Raid

Apr 6, 2009

I've got a server running a software Raid for SATA disks on a P5E motherboard.

I had to had a lot of memory on thi sserver, then I have had to flash the bios. This has resetted the software raid on the disks, then when I boot, i got a Kernel Panic cause it doesn't find anything ...

how to rebuild the raid ? I can boot on a live cd, or anything else, but don't know how to do it without loosing my data.

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Nov 13, 2009

I'm working on the development of a custom kernel (actually just a "small" change in the networking part), from the standard source code (downloaded from kernel.org), on CentoOS 5.3. I'm using the following procedure to build and install the kernel:

2)Modifiy the 4th line of the Make file as follows:EXTRAVERSION = .17CUSTOM
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Oct 25, 2010

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Aug 29, 2015

I use a usb flash stick for bootloader and /boot. Debian resides on sdaX and is LUKS encrypted (in fact LVM on LUKs). I am trying to learn how to use the Deb LIVE disk with rescue mode to re-build the bootloader and /boot on a fresh different flash drive. As a learning tool I want to approach this task as described. I have full access to a perfectly running system at this point, but I want to learn this process knowing eventually something will go "bump in the night". I did a custom install so I am aware of how this works generally speaking.

I have password access to the LUKS volume and can easily open it at the LIVE disk prompt to do so. My new flash drive is wiped and EXT2 formatted and should be ready to go. I have RAM based backup software for doing sector backups of the LUKS partition/volume. Doing a full restore at any point will be a piece of cake. I have lots of family around and the thought of a missing bootloader flash drive, while not likely, is not out of question.

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Jun 7, 2010

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Jun 19, 2015

I used a clonezilla live cd to clone a working updated install to another SSD of the exact make and model. Something went terribly wrong, and the new system booted to emergency mode. I then went back to my working laptop I cloned from and it did the exact same thing when booted, into emergency mode. After a couple of days trying to figure out how to rebuild the FSTAB on the once working machine, I finally figured out how to mount the root partition and copied all my important stuff off. WHEW!

Before I was able to mount the root partition, I had a heck of a time trying to mount it, getting errors about unable to read superblock, etc. I used testdisk that I installed on a debian live cd (on a flash drive) and it did something, not sure, but after that, and rebooting, I no longer had sda1,sda2, and sda5. I only had 1 and 5. sda2 was the root partition (extended, ext2) and I thought all was lost. But after running fdisk -l, I noticed two other devices... dm-0 and dm-1. I noticed that dm-0 was my root partition and read that it has something to do with LVM. I mounted it, and grabbed all my important stuff.

Now I am stuck at rebuilding my fstab so my boot, root, and swap partitions are properly mounted. Again, I do not have anything to copy and paste yet. I guess I got lazy since a lot of my work on this system is via Putty and SSH from a windows machine. It certainly looks like the partitions are there and ok, just not sure where to go from here.

I read that I need to get the UUID's from the partitions, then rebuild the fstab using those. I figured out pretty quickly that using /dev/sda1, 2, and 5 did not work. And the UUID's are pretty long. Without copy and paste, I am not sure how to use those without manually keying them in. I tried shelling into my laptop via putty while it is in emergency mode but failed.

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Aug 30, 2010

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May 21, 2010

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Aug 17, 2010

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I was able to patch openssl using the openssl-tls patch supplied with wpa supplicant package, however when I try to rebuild the package for install, it fails quite horribly.

is there a known good set of instructions for 10.4 and how to get eap-fast working using an anonymous supplied PAC?

I'd really like to convert my HP laptop over to ubuntu, but unless I can get my corporate wireless functioning, I won't be able to.

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Feb 8, 2010

I have a Red Hat Enterprise (AS) 4.8 system and I need to know how to totally rebuild the system from dump tape. I have been making some full level 0 dumps of the system to the attached DAT72 tape drive... In the case the boot disk goes south, I need to reload from tape, onto a new disk drive. I know how to do this in Solaris. I assume you boot from CD to like a mini-root, then configure and mount the drive on temp mount points, restore the sys data, then load the "boot blocks" (like installboot on solaris).

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Sep 16, 2010

I rebuilt my kernel with dynamic ticks, high resolution timer support, and hugepagetlb and hugepagetlbfs support. Now X does not load. If I start it as root, xclock shows up and then the screen goes black and I can't do anything. Normally xclock and three xterms show up. If I start it under my normal account, I get a black screen with nothing but a cursor, which moves and has the "busy" pointer. It is not configuration because I booted an old kernel and am using X under that right now.I also set CONFIG_PM_RUNTIME to no. My monitor uses DPMS so maybe that may have done it.

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Apr 29, 2010

I made a script that, by using "rpmrebuild" (which is available on SourceForge and uses rpmbuild as its backend), recreates all the currently installed RPM packages and stores them in a user-defined directory.

Everything works like a charm, except for a few packages.

Those packages fail to build because some of the files they should contain are missing on the filesystem.

This is an example of the errors I get:

error: File not found: /etc/identd.key
File not found: /etc/identd.key
/usr/lib/rpmrebuild/rpmrebuild.sh: ERROR: package 'pidentd-3.0.14-5' build failed
error: File not found: /usr/share/ssl/certs/stunnel.pem
File not found: /usr/share/ssl/certs/stunnel.pem
/usr/lib/rpmrebuild/rpmrebuild.sh: ERROR: package 'stunnel-3.26-1.7.3' build failed
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