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Re: [K12OSN] Regressions after yum update

Hi again Eric,

The updated xorg-x11 rpm's still cause a crash with an smp kernel.  Below
is my add on to the bug 152648.

"I am having the same problem with a Dell 2800.  The problem only occurs with
an smp kernel.  I do not have the problem with a non smp kernel.  I tried the
FC3.13.fdo1912 RPM's and the crash still occurs almost immediately after I
enter my user name and password into the graphics console (level 5).

With the above RPM's, I commented out the

    load "dri"

line in /etc/X11/xorg.conf and, with this change and with the smp kernel,
is a workaround."

> On Sun, 10 Apr 2005 mrok12osn eastgranby k12 ct us wrote:
>> 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.
> " . " is short-hand for "source", which you can think of as an "include"
> statement. ;-)
>>From the bash man page:
>          .  filename [arguments]
>         source filename [arguments]
>                Read  and  execute  commands from filename in the current
> shell
>                environment and return the exit status of the last command
> exe-
>                cuted  from  filename.   If  filename does not contain a
> slash,
>                file names in PATH are used to find  the  directory
> containing
>                filename.   The  file  searched  for  in  PATH need not be
> exe-
>                cutable.  When bash is not in posix mode, the current
> directory
>                is  searched  if  no  file is found in PATH.  If the
> sourcepath
>                option to the shopt builtin command is turned off, the PATH
>  is
>                not  searched.   If any arguments are supplied, they become
> the
>                positional parameters when filename is executed.  Otherwise
> the
>                positional  parameters are unchanged.  The return status is
> the
>                status of the last command exited within the script  (0  if
>  no
>                commands  are  executed), and false if filename is not
> found or
>                cannot be read.
> -Eric
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