[CentOS] Hosed by 4.2
hescominsoon at emmanuelcomputerconsulting.com
Mon Oct 17 01:44:45 UTC 2005
ATI hardware and linux typcially don't get along IME. I am wondering if
this is the key to your issue?
Syv Ritch wrote:
> I have been using Centos since 3.0. I have been upgrading regularly
> without any major problem.
> 4.1 to 4.2 has been a total disaster.
> I ran yum update, it went through and a couple of hours later I rebooted
> and X froze with the screen just being just fuzz [regular rectangles,
> orange, green...] and the keyboard froze. Could not do a
> alt-ctrl-backspace, nor a Alt-F1-6 nor Alt-Ctrl-Del.
> I have a ATI9200 with a Samsung 710N [It only works at 1240x1024 @ 60Hz,
> it will not work at any other frequency]
> This is the same hardware as I was running with 4.1.
> I had to reinstall 4.1, now I cannot run yum update to get the security
> updates, it tries to upgrade to 4.2.
> 1. Is there a way to just get the updates for 4.1 and not 4.2
> 2. Any suggestion on what went wrong with X. It's not just the frequency
> display because the keyboard also froze.
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