[ATrpms-users] Problems after fc14 upgrade
lunchtimelarry at gmail.com
Thu Feb 23 04:30:22 CET 2012
Thanks, guys. I bumped it up to fc15 and the problem went away.
As for CentOS, I like the idea of a more stable platform. I;d prefer not
to be upgrading all the time. I tried a test install of CentOS on a spare
machine and it seems to be picky about my older motherboard, or something
in my BIOS. The install finally went through, but the subsequent reboot
never finished, and I got a stack trace...Oh well.
On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 9:53 AM, John Pilkington <J.Pilk at tesco.net> wrote:
> On 22/02/12 14:25, George Galt wrote:
>> On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 7:54 AM, Larry K<lunchtimelarry at gmail.com>
>>> I just used yum upgrade to go from fc12 to fc14, and mostly, it went
>>> I have the system up, and was able to install the latest nvidia-graphics
>>> package using yum. now, when I try to install mythtv, I get these
> I'm surprised Axel still has Fedora 14 files around. Fedora 14 went
>> EOL in December
>> Fedora 15 works fine. You really should move up -- or if you want a
>> more stable platform, move to CentOS 6.
>> As for your problem, my guess is that you are running into a problem
>> some of us experienced a few weeks back regarding an ABI change to
>> some of the Fedora updates files. It was fixed for FC15 and FC16, but
>> since FC14 is EOL, it probably won't get fixed there.
> In fact there are newly updated f14 packages there, but I don't imagine
> that will go on for much longer.
> I haven't seen any other comments about this news item, which reinforces
> your comment.
> By Ben Woods , 1 February, 2012 12:23
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> Open-source software provider Red Hat has said it will support its current
> generation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 for 10 years, adding three years
> to the platform's lifecycle.
> Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5 will also now have a 10-year lifecycle,
> the company said in a blog post on Tuesday.
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