I just upgraded my laptop to Fedora 10, and it looks great now, but there were some snags. I'll try to dig into them later and see if they are bugzilla worthy.
For now I'll try to do a brain dump. I had problems with encrypted logical volumes, grub needed manual setup, my wireless device name changed.
Before the upgrade, I was running Fedora 9 with a drive layout as follows:
What do you do when your local co-op seems to stop carrying your favorite (and only) vegan pop tarts?
If you're Jill, you order a whole case from Amazon.
Well, I have 2 frames now. Thanks to the embattled Bike Church. I found a frame just like the complete junker I had sitting in the garage. Now I need to connect them.
I've seen different designs that join the head tubes and then join a long steering tube inside. Joining the head tubes seems much wiser than just the steering tube.
I have a Zimbra email server which contains a LDAP server housing all my users and their passwords. I would like to enable single signon for my linux machines. The only account details I'll be using from LDAP are the username and password.
The last time I did this, I did it the hard way and modified files in
/etc/pam.d by hand. Using the
authconfig command is much more convenient.
The following has been tested on Fedora 9.
I started taking a welding class 2 Thursdays ago. My plan is to buildz me a tall bike once I get some mad skillz!
I've been writing the Fedora Weekly News Virtualization Beat for several weeks now, and I've recently volunteered to work on the portion of Fedora 10 release notes which cover virtualization features.
Just this weekend it was over 100 degrees, and today it was quite comfortable. Tonight on the dog walk it was actually very cool. The cool air and the sound of the wind are making me nostalgic for fall and the dark rainy winter.
I downloaded the instant client RPMs from Oracle to my local private yum repo that I use for in-house packages. Doesn't everyone have one of those? Then all ya gotta do is...
I had some trouble removing an dom0 LV used as a domU VG after mounting it to look inside that VG (for background on this setup, see this post). I wasn't sure what steps I had taken, so I decided to reboot the dom0 to clear the decks and did the following experiment.
The goal was to create an LV and stack upon that a VG containing an LV and then remove these devices to get back where we started. And maybe to learn something along the way.