Trying *again*, if dnsorb will let me….Current 6.4. icedtea-web is installed… but firefox doesnt see it at all. Do I need to make a symlink some..
First, why arent you doing a full yum update to bring the whole system up to 6.4?Also, are you updating these packages to get new features or bug/security fixes? CentOS tracks the updates in RHEL exactly and RHEL backports many security and bug fi..
After following the instructions here http://wiki.CentOS.org/HowTos/Xen/Xen4QuickStart and installing the kernel from Xen4 CentOS project(kernel-3.4.61-9.el6.CentOS.alt.x86_64) I cant use any networking because the firmware for my NIC is not available:Bring..
list,I am using puppet 2.7.20 from rpmforge, with a build date of Wed 20 Mar 2013. EPEL has an even older version. Then I see this: http://puppetlabs.com/security/cve/cve-2013-3567 that was posted on the month of July 2013.Do I understand correct..
The CentOS team is happy to announce the testing release of Software Collections for CentOS-6.4 for the x86_64 architecture.We need some testing to be conducted before we can release this repository.You can get the repo file here:http://dev.CentOS.org/CentOS/6/SCL/scl.repo..
I guess my Google-fu wasnt up to this one!I have a system running CentOS 5.9 32-bit running in FIPS mode that I would like to update.Unfortunately, it fails when attempting to run yum update.Ive disabled all the repositories except for base and upda..
,Im spending the afternoon trying to build software raid using this ( excellent )guide :http://wiki.CentOS.org/HowTos/Install_On_Partitionable_RAID1Im doing this not only because this machine has no raid controller – I could go out and buy one – ..
Note on the rpm -Va… I had an issue recently where a package(openoffice) would not work correctly and:yum reinstall openoffice\* #did not help rpm -Va #did not find ANY issues (which surprised me when I did figure out what was wrong)however doin..
Im running ddclient on a remote CentOS server (with dynamic IP address). About twice a day I get email from ddclient sayingTIMEOUT: checkip.dyndns.org after 120 seconds.As far as I can see, ddclient checks the IP address every 10 minutes. So can I ass..
Apparently, a BIOS setting of last power state means something different to HP than to everyone else. It seems to be that poweroff gets a response of oh, you couldnt *possibly* want to turn me off! You just want me to restart!HP DL160 Gen8, CentOS ..