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Old 31st August 2006, 10:43 PM
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[FC5] Hang on starting udev...


Fresh installation of FC5, after the final reboot when it gets ot the bootloader, it attempts to load FC5 as normal.

However it hangs when starting udev.......

I've traced it back to what I believe is a bug here but I do not have a network connection and am unsure of how yum works.

I've downloaded the updated pcmciautils-012-1.i386.rpm onto a USB hard disk, I just need help with knowing how to best update it. I'm assuming I boot into 'linux rescue', then is it a case of installing the *.rpm as normal i.e:

rpm -ivh pcmciautils-012-1.i386.rpm

from /mnt/usb?

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