The thread Problems with kernel-3.10.0-693.5.2.el7.x86_64” reminded me that I have a similar problem but on the latest CentOS 6 kernel I’ve been meaning to report.Here is the relevant system information: Linux ssg003.bose.com 2.6.32-696.13.2.el6.i..
The following transcript should provide all the necessary details:# yum install glibc-devel-2.17-157.el7.i686Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * base: mirrors.gigenet.com * epel: mirrors.xmission…
Our current build process requires the directfb-1.4.11-3.el6.i686.rpm and directfb-devel-1.4.11-3.el6.i686.rpm packages, but they appear to be no longer available from the EPEL repo, and I can’t find them anywhere else either.If you have a local co..
Is there any known incompatibility with the latest 32-bit (i386) CentOS 6 and the latest Lenovo x3650 M5 servers?I’ve been running i386 CentOS 6.X on 3 year old x3650 M4 servers without any issues.Our development environment has not been ported..
I’m running CentOS 6.7 on my build servers, and on one of the servers the builds are taking almost an order of magnitude longer than usual.There are no runaway processes and there is plenty of free memory.So I suspected that file I/O might be sl..
We currently use a combination of Kerberos and NIS to manage users on our CentOS 6 systems in a Windows AD environment.NIS is provided by Windows Services for UNIX (or something named similarly), which has some issues, and is also not going to be suppor..
We have a third party shared library from a vendor that requires glib 2.15 or newer.We are using CentOS 6.6 which comes with glibc 2.12, and I know it can’t be replaced as it’s an integral part of the OS. However, is it possible to build a glib 2..
The company where I work is mostly a Windows shop, but I run a few CentOSservers and desktops.I have configured my systems as follows with Kickstart:authconfig –enablemd5 –passalgo=sha512 –enablenis –nisdomain=XXX \–nisserver=nis1.XXX.com,nis2.XXX.com–usesha..