[blag-whereto] somewhat BLAG-ified Fedora 10
Paul David Mena
paul at extraspecialbitter.com
Wed Dec 3 21:58:54 GMT 2008
Thanks for the tip regarding kernel-libre-firmware. I was able to install
it once I used the "--nogpgcheck" option.
I've set SELinux to "disabled" in /etc/selinux/config. Does the grub.conf
edit not do the same thing? At least now I know it's *really* disabled.
You're right in that grub moves the libre-kernel to position #1 and keeps
the default, but I caught that one before the reboot. Happiness reigns:
pablo at decimation=> uname -r
pablo at decimation=> cat /etc/fedora-release
Fedora release 10 (Cambridge)
Paul (Extra Special Bitter)
On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 4:32 PM, Jason <devslashnull at yahoo.com> wrote:
> The firmware it's looking for is free software firmware and this is the
> To turn off selinux, edit /etc/selinux/config
> Make sure you are actually booting the libre kernel, when I installed it,
> the fedora issued kernel was still default in grub.
> aim: noldrin
> --- On *Wed, 12/3/08, Paul David Mena <paul at extraspecialbitter.com>*wrote:
> From: Paul David Mena <paul at extraspecialbitter.com>
> Subject: [blag-whereto] somewhat BLAG-ified Fedora 10
> To: blag-whereto at lists.aktivix.org
> Date: Wednesday, December 3, 2008, 10:47 AM
> Just booted Fedora 10 with linux-libre for the first time. When installing
> it seemed to also want to install kernel-firmware, so I installed without
> dependencies like so (as root):
> rpm -ivh --nodeps kernel-libre-188.8.131.52-117.fc10.i686.rpm
> Also edited the "kernel" line in grub.conf to disable SELinux by appending
> "selinux=0" to the very end. Boots without issues.
> Naturally the total BLAG-ification of Fedora 10 involves much more than
> this, but it's a start. :^)
> Paul David Mena (Extra Special Bitter)
> paul at extraspecialbitter.com
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