[SATLUG] Motherboard Issues with Fedora 9 and 10
scrandall at jw.com
Mon Jun 22 17:55:11 CDT 2009
This has happened to me many times, and you're right, it's always been a
video driver issue. I used to run Gentoo on a Dell Latitude, and I
would run binary video drivers so I could get hardware acceleration.
Every time the kernel updated, the video driver broke because it was
compiled for kernel-2.6.xyzlongstringA, so it wouldn't load for
kernel-2.6.xyzlongstringB. (Incidentally, this kind of subtle
incompatibility that would completely break things and sometimes end up
with circular dependencies that couldn't be resolved drove me to finally
abandon Gentoo. The worst was when it would break gcc, so you couldn't
go anywhere from there. If somebody ever made a binary Gentoo distro,
I'd probably go back, because I really liked portage).
Sean C. Crandall
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From: satlug-bounces at satlug.org [mailto:satlug-bounces at satlug.org] On
Behalf Of Bruce Dubbs
Sent: Monday, June 22, 2009 4:39 PM
To: The San Antonio Linux User's Group Mailing List
Subject: Re: [SATLUG] Motherboard Issues with Fedora 9 and 10
That clown again.... wrote:
> --- On Mon, 6/22/09, Peter Cross <pjcrux at gmail.com> wrote:
>> It will allow anaconda to install however after applying all of the
>> updates (one of which requires a reboot) it will no longer boot and
> No longer boots or no longer boots to the GUI? If you updated the
> kernel (which requires a reboot) it sometimes breaks your Xorg.
I've never heard of this. It might be a video driver issue, but Xorg?
I don't think so.
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