Re: Kernel 2.2.1
did you check linux/Documentation/Changes and make sure
that you have the required version of al the software ?
Pedro Guerreiro <email@example.com> writes:
> On Sun, Feb 21, 1999 at 08:13:20PM -0700, Ivan E. Moore II wrote:
> > On Sun, Feb 21, 1999 at 02:26:59PM -0800, Alex Romosan wrote:
> > > i am running 2.2.1 on two machines and i noticed that sometimes
> > > apt-get update completely locks up the machines. i can't kill the
> > > offending process, i can't even reboot. could this have anything to do
> > > with this change in behaviour? (i never saw this with 2.0.x kernels.
> > > fortunately it doesn't happen all the time, but nevertheless when it
> > > happens it is very unnerving).
> I am running 2.2.1 with Alan Cox's patch 5 (ac5) on a half hamm half slink
> system (haven't had the time to update all, just the important and the stuff
> that I use frequently), and never had any problems with apt-0.30. BTW, I
> never tried to use apt-get update by itself, I've always gone through dselect
> (old habits die hard :-) ).
> > I'm running 2.2.1 on several systems (with potato) and haven't
> > had any lockups. I have only noticed one thing so far...
> > lsof is compiled for 2.0.35 and just complaines if you try
> > to run it.
> I've got lsof_4.28-3, compiled to 2.0.34, and works just fine as far as I
> can tell. At least it didn't complained when I run it :-)
> Pedro Guerreiro (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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