Thomas Davis wrote:
Rex Dieter wrote:
> Thomas Davis wrote:
>> Rex Dieter wrote:
>>> Thomas Davis wrote:
>>>> I did a yum update yesterday, re-enabled the binary nvidia driver
>>>> on my Mac Pro (for testing..), and now, I get a xdialog on
>>>> startup that ksmserver had an error, and when I try to run
>>>> ksmserver by hand, I get a dbus error.
>>> disable binary nvidia driver, and try again?
>> still occurs using xorg nv.
> From your last update (on the 27th), I only see kernel, PackageKit,
> selinux related updates. maybe try the combo of booting to an older
> kernel + temporarilty disabling/permissive'izing selinux?
18.104.22.168-159.fc10.x86_64 does not do it.
So, the latest kernel - 22.214.171.124-170.2.5 - blows something up.
Waiting to click 'ok' several minutes also makes
Wait, I just realized, I don't boot them the same - this
laptop has 4GB of ram, which means ath9k does not work on it, so
I bring it down to 3gb. I'll try that.
Ok, booting 126.96.36.199-170.2.5 with 3gb of ram, everything works..
4gb, I get dbus errors.