Mach64 Driver, Latest Update In CentOS 6.8, Symbol Lookup Error – Workaround

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I am going to see if I can find someone in the organization with a Red Hat account to open the bug. In the meantime, I came up with a workaround. I wanted to see if I could role the updates back to CentOS 6.7 since the system was 6.7 until I applied the updates. The alternative is to load the system from scratch, so what is there to loose. The result seems to be working so I will document what I did.

# First I rebooted and specified to use the original kernel

# Then mount the place where I unloaded the original DVD ISOs mount -t nfs phxbkup2:/iso/CentOS6.7×64 /media/CentOS

# Tried to sync from this location, but it did not work,
yum –disablerepo=\* –enablerepo

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  • Another option is pick the recent source package and run it with “mock”
    – The sanbox equiment is “the current release” and binaries in the new
    rpm shoud be “fixed”.

    This can be be done every where virtual…

    Sincerely

    Andy

    Am Donnerstag, den 09.02.2017, 21:35 +0000 schrieb Styma, Robert (Nokia
    – US):

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