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    Default new kernel update - post sucess or failure...

    new kernel is out today (or yesterday...i didn't update yesterday) but has everything gone ok for you?

    my end everything seems to be working fine.

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    No problem. Had to run /etc/init.d/vboxdrv setup to compile the kernel module again, but that was all. x86_64 machine.

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    Default Re: new kernel update - post sucess or failure...

    No problems.

    Drivers, VMware ect ect, kept working.

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    I have problem with Xorg - consumes too much CPU. And the only change on my box is new kernel kernel-pae-2.6.25.11.

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    Default Re: new kernel update - post sucess or failure...

    i spoke to soon... upon logging in (i.e. after entering password and pressing enter) the screen completely messes up, but then a few seconds later my desktop loads fine. so not really a problem...but just looks really unattractive. the screen just has lots of multi-coloured pixels everywhere; then my kdm theme comes in, and my desktop appears normal...hmmm.

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    Default Re: new kernel update - post sucess or failure...

    Quote Originally Posted by thestig View Post
    new kernel is out today (or yesterday...i didn't update yesterday) but has everything gone ok for you?

    my end everything seems to be working fine.
    I assume of course you are refering to openSUSE-11.0 and the 2.6.25.11 kernel, but your post leaves that completely unclear.

    If openSUSE-11.0 and the 2.6.25.11 kernel, we already had a thread going on this. ....
    Kernel update 2.6.25.x to 2.6.25.11 successfull - openSUSE Forums

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    Quote Originally Posted by thestig View Post
    i spoke to soon... upon logging in (i.e. after entering password and pressing enter) the screen completely messes up, but then a few seconds later my desktop loads fine. so not really a problem...but just looks really unattractive. the screen just has lots of multi-coloured pixels everywhere; then my kdm theme comes in, and my desktop appears normal...hmmm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldcpu View Post
    If openSUSE-11.0 and the 2.6.25.11 kernel, we already had a thread going on this. ....
    Kernel update 2.6.25.x to 2.6.25.11 successfull - openSUSE Forums
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    Default Re: new kernel update - post sucess or failure...

    Although I made a post in the other thread: everything worked out fine.

    Just a little cleaning up in the Boot Loader, but nothing major.


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