[PlanetCCRMA] segmentation fault with fedora CCRMA kernel and gui

Polashek, Matthew Matthew.Polashek@scottforesman.com
Tue Mar 9 05:18:02 2004

I conscientiously ran uptodate last evening to get that happy blue checked
circle in my Fedora GUI and when I logged back in this morning I got a
message telling me that Gnome was causing a segmentation fault.  The same
situation occurred when attempting to login for a KDE session.  I am running
the 2.4.24 CCRMA kernel and I have not had any problems until now.  The
package that uptodate installed was something called "less-???".  Can anyone
tell me if there is any possibility that less conflicts with the 2.4.24
CCRMA kernel in some way to cause this problem?  When I boot up the vanilla
fedora kernel (with the alsa-kernel-module patch) everything is fine.  How
can I uninstall uptodate additions?  Any help with resolving this mystery
would be greatly appreciated.

Matthew Polashek
Associate Editor, Silver Burdett Ginn - Music
Scott Foresman/Pearson Education
299 Jefferson Road
Parsippany, NJ 07054-0480
office: 973.739.8709
fax: 973.739.8098

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