[mythtv-users] No xfs support in kernel 2.4.22-1.2199.nptl

Verteiler verteiler at juro.at
Wed Aug 25 05:52:19 EDT 2004

Thank you for your help. Works fine now... except that after installing 
the nVidia and the alsa patch, I cannot get apt-get update to run ... 
Most of the servers are down... Any ideas?

- Verteiler

Joseph A. Caputo wrote:

>On Tuesday 24 August 2004 09:59, Verteiler wrote:
>>Another problem came up today when I tried to format a partition
>>using the xfs-filesystem (following Jarod's how-to
>>(http://wilsonet.com/mythtv/fcmyth.php#dedicated)). I patched the
>>kernel using:
>># apt-get install kernel#2.4.22-1.2197.nptl_51.rhfc1.at
>># apt-get install kernel-source#2.4.22-1.2197.nptl_51.rhfc1.at
>>(which worked fine), but when I tried to patch the kernel for nVidia
>>support using
>># apt-get install
>>all it came up with was some error of not beeing able to find the
>>module. After a rpm-search I found the appropriate rpm
>>a-graphics/nvidia-graphics6106-1.0_6106-60.rhfc1.at.src.rpm ) and
>>installed it using rpm:
>># rpm -i nvidia-graphics6106-1.0_6106-60.rhfc1.at.src.rpm
>>After this I could complete the kernel patch using Jarod's know how:
>># apt-get install nvidia-graphics6106
>>Now my kernel boasts (?!) this description:
>>And this kernel does not has xfs support. How do I get the xfs
>>support? Or did I make a mistake?
>You're booting the wrong kernel.
>Also, you need to install the latest ATrpms kernel.  Last time I 
>checked, 2197 had been superseded by 2199.  Kernel modules on ATrpms 
>are only maintained for the current kernel version, which is why it 
>couldn't find the nvidia kernel module for the 2197 kernel.
>Also, there is a newer Nvidia driver out.  6106 has been replaced by 
>The 2199 kernel you are running is probably the stock Fedora kernel, 
>which isn't patched for XFS; one of your 'apt-get's must have installed 
>it.  Try doing:
>apt-get install kernel#2.4.22-1.2199.nptl_52.rhfc1.at
>apt-get install kernel-source#2.4.22-1.2199.nptl_52.rhfc1.at
>apt-get install 
>Also, after you 'apt-get' a new kernel, you'll want to make it the 
>default kernel to boot n /boot/grub/grub.conf.
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