Apology in advance if this is the wrong place to post.I ran a yum update on my system yesterday, resulting in a kernel update along with some PHP and something else, I'm not sure w... [by gilbo211]
Hi friends,yesterday I did a new update, Libreoffice and the new kernel 3.2.0-0 bpo.3 where updated, but now, with the bpo.3 I can't start, X.Is because the nVidia card? How to solve?The kernel bpo.2 work perfectly.Thanks
my first post here. Yesterday brought in a libselinux update (2.2.1-4.fc20.x86_64 updating libselinux-2.1.13-19.fc20.x86_64, and a few other libselinux packages). I run selinux disabled in /etc/selinux/config. After having applied the updates, having a coffee, the screen locked. The system (F20 Xfce) did not allow me back in, stating: "System is booting up.
I updated using CB today and now dovecot wont start
Starting dovecot: doveconf: Error: Module is for different ABI version 2.2.ABIv10(2.2.10) (we have 2.2.ABIv11(2.2.12)): /usr/lib/dovecot/settings/libmanagesieve_login_settings.so
doveconf: Error: Module is for different ABI version 2.2.ABIv10(2.2.10) (we have 2.2.ABIv11(2.2.12)): /usr/lib/dovecot/se
my fedora-18 system. can't start after regular update today which I guess included a kernel update process..
I had to start it choosing the previous one in the list at booting..and success. What does this mean? I should not update my system anymore???
I am using Ubuntu 11.10 32 bit on notebook core 2 duo, 4GiB RAM.
In order Ubuntu to detect and use more than 3GiB RAM, I apt-get PAE Kernel. The problem comes when there were two update of kernel, linux-generic kernel and linux-generic-pae.
Should I update linux-generic-pae kernel only? if the answer yes, how to stop update notification of linux-generic kernel?