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    error message at boot


    I once booted and received this :
    Code:
    Error FAT32 support is still ALPHA
    Is it bad or is it bad?
    Why?

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    What kernel was it?? Anyone knows its an old kernel.

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    I don`t know for sure.I think it`s 1.8
    How could i find this exactly?

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    kernel version

    in terminal type
    uname -r

    that should give you something like:
    2.4.22-1.2174.nptl
    which is the kernel you are using.
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    2.4.22-1.2115.nptl - this is my kernel version
    and i come to you with another problem: very time a shut down i receive this error message:
    Code:
    shutting down mouse control services        failled
    what is this all about?!
    and another one : my pc doesn`t really shut down, only the hard disk...How could i get it shut down...or can`t i ?!

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    kernel

    I'm using this kernel on fedora.
    2.4.22-1.2174.nptl

    The shutdown thingy is probably a bios setting. you need to enable software control of pc on/off state.

    i wouldn't worry about the mouse thing. thats probably the console mouse services. - it may not have even started.

    do you use the up2date tool to keep your system updated? if so what does your /etc/sysconfig/rhn/sources file contain?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kpzani
    The shutdown thingy is probably a bios setting. you need to enable software control of pc on/off state.
    in windows i do not have this problem so i don`t think it`s a bios thing.
    As for the up2date thing i do not use it!

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