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by TrevorH
2022/05/22 12:07:07
Forum: 8 /8-Stream / 9-Stream - General Support
Topic: Centos 9 stream dependency failed for /home
Replies: 3
Views: 77

Re: Centos 9 stream dependency failed for /home

Go back through your logs and boot messages and see if there is any clue why it does not like it.
by TrevorH
2022/05/22 01:59:51
Forum: 8 /8-Stream / 9-Stream - General Support
Topic: how to setup tigerVNC allows same user uses different ports
Replies: 4
Views: 94

Re: how to setup tigerVNC allows same user uses different ports

3. Disable firewall & selinux, then systemctrl start vncserver@:1; systemctl start vncserver@:2 Please don't. If you must then just do setenforce 0 to go permissive where everything is allowed but logs are created so that you can use them to actually fix the problem, not just ignore it. Now you hav...
by TrevorH
2022/05/21 23:44:20
Forum: 8 /8-Stream / 9-Stream - General Support
Topic: Centos 9 stream dependency failed for /home
Replies: 3
Views: 77

Re: Centos 9 stream dependency failed for /home

Looking at that lot, it appears your issue is that the LV has been deleted. I've never ever heard of that happening on its own, it only happens if someone runs lvremove. If you are lucky you might have a backup in /etc/lvm/backup or /etc/lvm/archive that tells you where the LV used to reside. How yo...
by TrevorH
2022/05/21 16:18:45
Forum: 8 /8-Stream / 9-Stream - General Support
Topic: how to setup tigerVNC allows same user uses different ports
Replies: 4
Views: 94

Re: how to setup tigerVNC allows same user uses different ports

What happened when you tried and what did your unit files look like?
by TrevorH
2022/05/21 13:24:26
Forum: CentOS 7 - Hardware Support
Topic: Kernel panic while installing CentOS 7
Replies: 5
Views: 3090

Re: Kernel panic while installing CentOS 7

It certainly works on the older 3?00X chips but there have been numerous reports of it not booting on the newer 5?00X chips.
by TrevorH
2022/05/21 13:22:32
Forum: 8 /8-Stream / 9-Stream - General Support
Topic: Kernel Panic - Centos 9 Stream - VirtualBox
Replies: 2
Views: 179

Re: Kernel Panic - Centos 9 Stream - VirtualBox

I've not used CentOS Stream 9 as I don't see any point in it but I have installed RHEL 9.0 in a VBox VM successfully. If you sign up for a RH Developer subscription - which is free - you get a license to run up to 16 instances of RHEL of any version you like.
by TrevorH
2022/05/19 14:43:06
Forum: 8 /8-Stream / 9-Stream - Security Support
Topic: CVE-2021-4115 and polkit package
Replies: 3
Views: 111

Re: CVE-2021-4115 and polkit package

I'm told it is being rebuilt and republished from polkit-0.115-13.0.1.el8.2.src.rpm and will go out as part of an update push later on today.
by TrevorH
2022/05/19 14:28:11
Forum: 8 /8-Stream / 9-Stream - Security Support
Topic: CVE-2021-4115 and polkit package
Replies: 3
Views: 111

Re: CVE-2021-4115 and polkit package

Thanks for the heads up, I have passed this on to the people that build Stream. However, all is not quite as you think, the fixed version is in fact there and available but someone has given it the wrong version number so it's not seen by yum/dnf because it's lower than the one you see without the f...
by TrevorH
2022/05/19 11:46:28
Forum: CentOS 7 - General Support
Topic: Newbie - Acer Aspire One ZG8 - uvcvideo: Failed to set UVC probe
Replies: 6
Views: 140

Re: Newbie - Acer Aspire One ZG8 - uvcvideo: Failed to set UVC probe

uvcvideo is a driver for a webcam, most likely USB attached. It has nothing to do with your video card. I would suggest blacklisting the module to get rid of the messages and then research to see if you can find out how to fix the problem. Or, if you don't want to use the webcam in linux, leave it b...
by TrevorH
2022/05/19 11:44:28
Forum: 8 /8-Stream / 9-Stream - Networking Support
Topic: DNS Policy Issue with ipv6 Reverse DNS
Replies: 2
Views: 74

Re: DNS Policy Issue with ipv6 Reverse DNS

That looks like your nameserver doesn't allow queries on ipv6 port 53. Did you allow the port through your firewall on the nameserver? Try adding -4 to your dig command to force the lookup to go over ipv4 (yes, you can query ipv6 things over ipv4).