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Old 2nd April 2009, 10:10 PM
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Post F11 beta dvd + yum updates

Kernel start up line after install

rhgb quiet selinux=0 3
logon as root
firstboot comes up.

su -

yum update (about 390 packages - 670 MB)

Kernel start up line after update
rhgb quiet selinux 0 3
logon as useryou
startx with nouveau 20 (for NV cards)

You will likely need to install beta and come forward with updates
as the MD5 to ssh256 finally chught up with the piece meal updates yesterday and pretty much inialates the system The rescue mode will not allow umount of /mnt/sysimage so no formatting and recovery from backups. So pretty much no recovery for Fedora.


Do the Math

Last edited by SlowJet; 2nd April 2009 at 10:28 PM. Reason: logon as root for firstboot, dah

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