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    Re:2.6 Kernel and some issues

    SC:

    I think you are wanting this site.

    http://www.fearthecow.net/index.pl?s...mp;page=kernel

    I have to say, the actual source has been working great over here, and even with the 2.6.1 patch I added a couple of days ago. I have no idea about the yum packages. Let me know the outcome.

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    Re:2.6 Kernel and some issues

    Actually I mean the actual dev entry. I no longer have any control over my mouse buttons. The Zaxis mapping doesnt work, nor does any button besides my main three.

    And now I am coming across some weird shit with my modules. They arent loading right at all. I have to do it all by hand at each boot.

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    I have it working with framebuffer and usb and stuff, except sound. Haven't had a chance to troubleshoot Alsa yet. I can post my .config file if you'd like.

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    On the mouse, I just compiled the options in the kernel rather than using modules. Works great. Boot still complains about modules, but someday I stop it from loading them when I care.

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    Re:2.6 Kernel and some issues

    Well, I rebooted and all hell broke loose. I am reinstalling SuSE to

    A) Get my shit that I need off the drive. I cant burn and for some reason even my RHL 9 rescue disc isnt letting me move it to a FAT32 drive. Grrrrrr... And no Knoppix, Morphix, and Gnoppix failed too. Oh, and thats the short explanation ;D Sources, modules, no lan ....

    Some really strange permissions issue on the traget drive. Dunno.

    B) Check out SuSE 9.


    Worst case I reinstall SuSE9 from FTP again... Oooh. Big deal.

    I am also getting a little irked by miscellaneous shit not working right. Like up2date dying constantly, GNOME not quite right in alot of areas .... I need to fix something. I am under the assumtion that some not ready for prime time shit is causing some serious hell,

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    Re:2.6 Kernel and some issues

    Got SuSE 9.0 up and going.

    Question :

    I see that there is a test5 kernel, but any stable 2.6.x kernels yet anywhere?

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    Re:2.6 Kernel and some issues

    Forget it.

    SuSE 9 is nothing but a nightmare. Should have stuck with fedora.

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    Re:2.6 Kernel and some issues

    I've found it the other way so far. I haven't been able to get Fedora working properly, but Suse 9 was great. Although i never did get around to putting 2.6 on it.
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    Re:2.6 Kernel and some issues

    I didnt even get to the 2.6 part. The damn XF86 bullshit was just tiuring. The damn server refused to keep my settings, and always went out of refresh range. I even went as far as to hack a FC1 XF86 config backup file and STILL. I would get it going, then reboot to the same crap.

    I am debating on exactly what I want to goto. FC1, Libranet (most likely) or Mandrake. Dunno yet. AS I decide, I am downloading MDK 9.2. Shall see.

    Ahh, hell. Libranet it is ;D Debian is supposed to be simple enough ...

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    Re:2.6 Kernel and some issues

    [quote author=Slave Copy link=board=2;threadid=8442;start=0#msg76811 date=1074130185]
    Debian is supposed to be simple enough ...
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