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Re: [K12OSN] Regressions after yum update



Hi Eric,

I have downloaded the test xorg-x11 packages but cannot test them until I
get into school on Monday.  I will let you know.

Regarding hwclock, the work around of adding the line

CLOCKFLAGS="--directisa"

to /etc/sysconfig/clock does work on our Dell PowerEdge 2800.

Can I also ask a question.  In /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit on about line 242,
there is a test for the existence of /etc/sysconfig/clock.

if [ -f /etc/sysconfig/clock ]; then
   . /etc/sysconfig/clock

What does the "." on the second line do?  There is a space after it.

Mark Orenstein
East Granby, CT School System



> On Sat, 9 Apr 2005 mrok12osn eastgranby k12 ct us wrote:
>
>> After doing a yum update on Wed., I ran into problems.  The following
>> two
>> issues may impact Dell PowerEdge uses.  They certainly affected our Dell
>> PowerEdge 2800.
>>
>> 1.  Radeon 7000 video issue with the SMP kernel causes an almost
>> immediate
>> crash after logging into the graphics console.  See bug 152648 in
>> bugzilla.  It does not impact the non-smp kernel.  The problem is caused
>> by the xorg-x11 updates.
>
> Just out of curiosity, did you try the test xorg-x11 packages listed
> in the third bugzilla comment?
>
>> 2.  hwclock problem in the updated kernel.  See bug 144894 in bugzilla.
>
> There is a new kernel (2.6.11) in the Fedora testing queue. Hopefully
> that will fix this one.
>
> Comment #7 in bugzilla lists two potential fixes/work-arounds.
>
> -Eric
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