[PlanetCCRMA] 2.4.20-31.1.caps.rh90.ccrmasmp kernel not installing

Noah Garrett Wallach logic@enabled.com
Thu Nov 11 22:25:01 2004

On Thu, 11 Nov 2004 23:21:13 -0500, Matt Barber wrote
> ->since i have your ears.  let me make sure my methodology is correct
> here.  I
> should be downloading all the FC2 CDs from the planet CCRMA site unless
> only
> the FC1 ROMs are available, no?
> For example the Planet CCRMA Core and Planet CCRMA iso's are only built
> for
> FC1 - these are the CDs I want to build, no?
> <-
> Hi Noah,
> I don't think there are FC2 install disks on the ccrma website (I don't
> know where to find them if there are).  You can get them from one of
> these mirrors:
> http://fedora.redhat.com/download/mirrors.html
> You will want FC2, and probably not FC3 (geez, how fast are they 
> going to throw out new releases?).  Be aware that if you're using 
> Opterons, you will still want to get i386 roms and not the x86_64 -
>  there is no 64-bit support in ccrma (yet - pipeline?).
> Read these instructions:
> And these:
> http://ccrma-mail.stanford.edu/pipermail/planetccrma/2004-August/005789.html
> You want to read this, too, and if you have time, go through some of 
> the posts from august through september, when it seemed like the 
> most kernel work was being done:
> http://ccrma-mail.stanford.edu/pipermail/planetccrma/2004-August/005879.html
> In general, I think you should try a number of kernels in planetedge...
> I haven't been there in a while, so I don't know what the most 
> current thing is.  We're using 2.6.7 still, because all the most 
> recent ones crash our box when we try to burn cds.  I also had 
> trouble with the SATA controller (silicon image) under one of the 
> kernels, in which case I had to trick the ramdisk (ask me if 
> you have that problem).


okay very nice.  looks like I am up and running with the FC2 CCRMA kernel 2.6.7.

I am still a little unclear here.  I am at the 'apt-get dist-update' stage.  I
am wondering how I can update my distribution with the CCRMA binaries - do I
need to apt-get index my FC2 install CDs?  how do I proceed here?

I also added the FC1 to the apt-cdrom program - I cant figure out how to
remove this information.  I am thinking adding them was not the best idea. 
What should I do about this?



> Hope this helps.
> Matt
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