On 06/13/2015 07:49 AM, johan.vermeulen7 wrote: > > jd1008 <jd1008 at gmail.com>schreef: > > > > On 06/12/2015 08:42 PM, John R Pierce wrote: >> On 6/12/2015 6:26 PM, jd1008 wrote: >>> On 06/12/2015 07:22 PM, Always Learning wrote: >>>> On Fri, 2015-06-12 at 18:49 -0600, jd1008 wrote: >>>> >>>>> I am running Centos 6.4 >>>>> Could that be the issue? >>>> I'm using C 6.6 >>>> >>>> Try: yum update >>>> >>>> >>> I did. Says nothing marked for update. >> >> what does... >> >> $ cat /etc/redhat-release >> >> say? If that says 6.4, and yum update doesn't update to the latest >> CentOS 6.6, something *is* broken on your system. 6.4 is from 2013... > OK, so I am indeed at 6.6 : > # cat /etc/centos-release > CentOS release 6.6 (Final) > > But I would still like to get up to 7, > but as I indicated in another post, I cannot use the 7's > iso because it crashes immediately during boot. > Problem with bringing up X. > As I also stated in another post, centos 6.4 had no problems > with my old graphics card. So, why is centos 7 crapping out? > > > > hello, > > I haven't followed the complete conversation, sorry. > > The only reason I can think of is that your system is 32bit? > > Greetz johan > ______________________ Nop! I am running x86_64.