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Re: kernel and kudzu mismatch (kernel update was not distributed

Hi back Leslie :)
Well in fact i use yumex, which is the graphical tool for yum.
I cant believe yumex makes any diffrent from yum, but it seems to  :-/

 > Does it also allow a complete power off of the system after a
shutdown command is issued?
Yes indeed : it complete shuts down !

I have just tred to install kernel-xen0 using yum,
#yum update
#yum install kernel-xen0
  and i found it immediatly ! -----> see attanchement please :)
[ok : i didn't installed it, 'cause it will take a loooong time since i am on pretty old usb box :)]

Hope it'll help you !

Leslie Satenstein wrote:
Hi Larry

How is it that via pup you were able to get an updated hypervisor (2009.4.2_Fc5, and I have only the version indicated?
I would like to test the one you use, but have not found how to fetch it, or from where.
Does it also allow a complete power off of the system after a shutdown command is issued?


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Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 06:32:04 +0100
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Actually running kudzu-, and 2.6.15-1.2009.4.2_FC5hypervisor !
Have no problem left with kudzu !

Bretagne, France March the 14th, 2006 - 6.31 am :)

Leslie Satenstein wrote:
Is there a chance that Kudzu will have a patch to allow it to work
the standard fc5 test3 hypervisor before the files go to generate the

My system locks up solidly during boot unless I bypass kudzu during boot prompt. In a way, this does not bother me, because I do not anticipate a hardware change for a while. I do intent to do a fresh format install of Core5, and I would want very much that the ISO
of kudzu work.

As a reminder*>

from rpm -qa kudzu-devel-

from uname -r

The only kernel installed since the test3 iso disks. As of 10pm
Canada Eastern Standard time !
(same as
New York City), pup tells me that there are zero outstanding patches
are left to install.



Dependencies Resolved

 Package                 Arch       Version          Repository        Size
 kernel-xen0             i686       2.6.15-1.2041_FC5  development        14 M
Installing for dependencies:
 bridge-utils            i386       1.0.6-1.2        development        27 k
 sysfsutils              i386       1.3.0-1.2.1      development        64 k
 xen                     i386       3.0.1-4          development       1.3 M

Transaction Summary
Install      4 Package(s)
Update       0 Package(s)
Remove       0 Package(s)
Total download size: 16 M
Is this ok [y/N]: n
Exiting on user Command
[root usb-box ~]#

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