[jp] Sync problems
n5xwb at hal-pc.org
Thu Nov 23 07:45:55 EST 2006
Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> On Wed 22 Nov 06, 9:37 PM, Donn Washburn <n5xwb at hal-pc.org> said:
>> Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
>>> On Wed 22 Nov 06, 8:50 PM, Donn Washburn <n5xwb at hal-pc.org> said:
>>>> Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
>>>>> On Wed 22 Nov 06, 7:26 PM, Donn Washburn <n5xwb at hal-pc.org> said:
>>>>>> You may have just reminded me why mine has been failing -> "visor"
>>>>>> "lsmod | grep visor" showed nothing. Thanks for the reminder.
>>>>> You can check to see if it's built directly into the kernel (as opposed to a
>>>>> loadable module) with:
>>>>> $ zcat /proc/config.gz | grep -i visor
>>>> Neat thing is you pointed out another way to for a problem.
>>>> I am running a home built custom non SuSE kernel - it also has
>>>> Yes it is part of SuSE10.1 kernel modules. However, as usual they
>>>> didn't put "visor" in /etc/modprobe.conf. I fought this problem about 5
>>>> years ago and just forgot it.
>>> What is hypervisor? Never heard of it!
>> it is the only VISOR that came from
>> "zcat /proc/config.gz | grep -i visor"
> That doesn't tell me what it is. It only tells me where you saw the word,
> and I gathered you found it in /proc/config.gz from the context of the our
> conversation. :)
>> So if 126.96.36.199 made config.gz then that is where it came from.
>> Otherwise it was from SuSE 10.1 188.8.131.52-0.25-default
>> As for where it comes from period - it is the kernel variable set to
>> modules (=m) which can be found in /usr/src/linux-$[version}source/.config
> OK. You forced me to download the latest stable Linux kernel, 2.6.18.
>>From reading the kernel source, I don't think hypervisor has anything to do
> with Handspring or PDA's at all. It appears to be a unified virtual console
> driver developed by IBM.
Good Luck! If you do try it you will be rewarded with a faster more
perfectly configured machine with less chance of a lockup. Jus remember
to NOT destroy your old kernel - add a new one. That way if thing go
wrong you can alway get beck up.
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