Hello everyone,For keeping packages (incl. Kernels) on the harddisk I have yum configured with this directive:installonly_limit=2But when I look at /lib/modules,... [by woweil]
There is the possibility that you might have plugged it in after a kernel update and have not rebooted as well. With Arch kernels and modules are replaced rather than multiple kernel version being kept around. Thus when you update your kernel, the modules for the running kernel will be gone. So if, for instance, you plug in a FAT32 USB drive and both usbcore and vfat modules are
I'm very new to PowerShell and have not administered Windows in a while. I have downloaded the Windows Update PowerShell module zip (http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/2d191bcd-3308-4edd-9de...) and put it in C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules\WindowsUpdate. PowerShell is not finding these modules.
I don't want to store them in my User's directory.
I configured and made a custom kernel from vanilla kernel downloaded from kernel.org. Now I ported it to another machine with simple 'vmlinuz' and 'initrd.img' copying and some grub config done. (Actually I am using Xen so grub config were also not required for me)