On Wed, 2006-06-07 at 19:01 -0600, David Nielson wrote:
Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> On Wed, 2006-06-07 at 15:03 -0600, David Nielson wrote:
>> 1. Fresh install of Fedora Core 5 x86_64 on a fancy new AMD X2 3800+.
>> 2. su - (and enter the password to obtain the mythical root superpowers)
>> 3. rpm --import
>> 4. rpm -Uvh
>> No errors so far. Everybody's happy. But this serenity will not last for
>> 5. yum check-update
>> Yum bails with a 404, followed by [errno 256 - no more mirrors to try]
>> or something similar. The GUI package manager (pirut?) fails to load now
>> as well.
> Sorry, the repo is not broken, it is just not there yet :-(
> I have not had a chance yet to work on the x86_64 version of the
> realtime patched kernel so the rest does not make much sense.
Makes perfect sense. Apologies in advance for my noobishness, but how,
then, do I go about installing the i386 versions of the software? A
lesser platform version is better than what I've got now, which is
nothing. And not being able to listen to music really sucks!
Hmm, I guess you need to install the i386 version of fc. I have never
tried to install i386 binaries on top of x86_64, I imagine it would not
Thanks for everything you do. Planet CCRMA is a huge service to the
community and you deserve a medal.
So much to do, so little time....