Originally posted by Bob Guy BTW never ever update the kernel!The kernel needs to be installed seperately, not as a part of the updater process. I installed the source for the 2.4.21-0.25mdk, used old config, took out only what I absolutely knew I did not need, and still ended up with a kernel too big for a floppy. The "devfs=mount" parameter, tells the kernel to mount the devfs filesystem so device nodes can be created.Come to think of it, what address is this update CD using? Originally posted by mlangdn The CD is using Local Files as its source.Url: removable device //mnt/cdrom/RPMS BTW never ever update the kernel!After looking through the man pages for the env command, I have figured out how to set it.(Or so I think.) env path=/usr/java/jdk1.3.1_01/bin: What I am wondering though is if I do this, do I lose the rest of the contents of the path variable that are created with the install? I have up until recently been doing all of my projects in Windows.
Ants made a nest in my plant pot - no wonder the mandrake didn't do well Plants that may be especially harmful during pregnancy and childbirth Does the mandrake/bryony story have relevance for today?officinarum A variation of ‘officinale’ from the Latin for workshop or office and, thus, given to the species of a plant which was sold in shops or pharmacies and, by extension, a useful plant.(The 7.1 updates could be run completely from the CD image.) This page is to give step by step instructions for updating the distributions so that CDRoms can be cut which for example include all of the updated files or include extra rpm files of particular interest to your own site.This made installation of updates easy since it was now locating the needed dependencies.
What happened here is that the CD became known to the list of sources, ie, it had a address that was reconized by the updater, And was used.
I tried to do this by adding the CD to the software manager, but it sais the medium could not be updated and would be disabled. (Its ok, I'm catholic)Forcing some of the packages got MCC back, however, Package Management was still a no-go.