after installing SuSE 9.3 on my machine on saturday, I'm no longer able
to print documents which were generated in OpenOffice 2.0 (beta).
During printing, ghostscript segfaults; I get these logs
Apr 18 16:26:55 han kernel: gs: segfault at 000000000000cdf0 rip
000000000062377d rsp 00007fffffffd290 error 4
Printing to file and then printing that file does not work, either: even
"gv <myfile.ps>" does not work due to that segfault.
I have installed SuSE 9.2's ghostscript RPMs; printing seems to work,
but a couple of fonts look really ugly... Oh, an installation on my
laptop (32bit) works fine, of course :(
- Is anybody able to print from within OpenOffice on a SuSE 9.3? I.e.:
is it just me[tm], or do we have a "real" problem (that should be
submitted to SuSE's feedback)?
- Can you confirm this problem?
- Does anybody have a solution for the problem?
A quick "same problem here" or "no problem here" message would be
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Still can't get 9.2 installed on this, wondering in 9.3 will work. (9.1 fine)
Stalls on booting DVD/CDROM (including patch CDROM image) at
Searching for infofile after loading sata_sis.ko.
Tried all suggested boot params, unplugging USB devices.
1Gb RAM (2x512)
FX5700 256M NVidia
Audigy 1 sound
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I have a strange problem. I have an IBM e325 server with two opteron
chips on it. We installed SUSE 9.1 on this machine with out any problems
and it works great. We just purchased SLES 9 and now we are trying to
install SLES 9 on the machine but the install fails.
The machine boots and starts the install and gets to the point where it
start to load the RAM disk with this message on the screen.
"Loading data into Ram disk 57950 KB"
Then on the console I see this message
Loading image "/var/adm/mount/boot/root"
/dev/ram2: unknown fs type
mount: /dev/ram2: no such device
and right after this I get put on the "Main Menu" of the install program
and can not continue from here.
Any ideas why Suse 9.1 installs with no problems but SLES 9 does not?
We are really happy with SuSe 9.1 but we have to switch to SLES 9 in order
to get support from IBM.
Thank you for any help on this.
I'm trying to debug a simple program using gdb on SuSE 9.2 64bit stock (up to
date on all patches), and I get an error when trying to debug the code in
$ gdb myprog
GNU gdb 6.2.1
Copyright 2004 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
GDB is free software, covered by the GNU General Public License, and you are
welcome to change it and/or distribute copies of it under certain conditions.
Type "show copying" to see the conditions.
There is absolutely no warranty for GDB. Type "show warranty" for details.
This GDB was configured as "x86_64-suse-linux"...Using host libthread_db
1 ../sysdeps/x86_64/elf/start.S: No such file or directory.
I'm writing a simple Qt application, which compiles fine and exits cleanly. I
don't want to publish the code just yet, so can't include it here
unfortunately. But the code itself doesn't seem to be the problem anyway.
This are sample compilation commands (generated by qmake):
# same for all objects:
g++ -c -pipe -O2 -fmessage-length=0 -Wall -Wall -W -g -DQT_SHARED
-DQT_TABLET_SUPPORT -DQT_NO_DEBUG -DQT_THREAD_SUPPORT
-I/usr/lib/qt3/mkspecs/default -I. -I/usr/include -I/usr/lib/qt3/include
-I.ui/ -I. -I.moc/ -o .obj/mycode.o mycode.cpp
# the linking step:
g++ -o myprog .obj/mycode.o .obj/main.o .obj/mydialog.o .obj/moc_mydialog.o
-L/usr/lib64/ -L/usr/lib/qt3/lib64/ -L/usr/X11R6/lib64/ -lqt-mt -lXext -lX11
Anyone knows what the problem is here? Issues I should be aware of? Any help
would be greatly appreciated.
Sorry for that my question may not be specific to AMD64.
Recently I upgraded from 9.1 to 9.2 on one of my PCs, and
I got a Kde3.3 runing on it. I plan to use this PC as a
GM terminal, and set up the sound.
When I went on to
I noticed that there is no mixer menu there.
One of draw back for this is that I cannot save the current
volume setting. It is inconvenient that I have to start setting
volume levels whenever I start my session.
Thanks in advance for any clue or pointers.
I'm try to install SLES 9 x86 64Bit on
AMD ATHLON-64 2800+ (ADA2800) 512K/ 800МГц BOX Socket-754
Micro-Star MS-7032 K8M Neo-V Socket754 <VIA K8M800> AGP+SVGA+LAN SATA
HDD 120 Gb SATA150 Seagate Barracuda 7200.7
with using CD1 SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 Service Pack 1 for AMD64
and Intel EM64T.
Is SATA determination as /dev/hda normal (not /dev/sda)?
I'm try with boot option hda=none (/dev/hda not detected, confirmed
driver activation for sata_via, error - no hard disks were found for the
installation) and without this option (hard disk is detected as /dev/hda).
Thank you, Valery.
> I want to update my installation of Suse 9.1 x86_64 with Suse 9.2 x86_64
> without uninstalling any existing software. Is this possible and how
> it be made with least possible effort :)
> I also had no problems, just let the installer handle
How will it handle 3ware kernel modules written for 9.1?
Is it possible to (automatically) create a list of the i586 and i686 RPMs
of the (unified) SuSE 9.2 or 9.3 installation DVDs which could possibly be
used on a x86_64 installation?
E.g. acroread and OpenOffice only exist as i586 RPMs and they are used on
a x86_64 system. However, the kernel-bigsmp i586.rpm obviously doesn't
make much sense on x86_64.
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