Well, I have been going through distribution after distribution, just checking them all out... and here are the two issues I have come across with Fedora.
First off, Wine. I downloaded the latest , wine-20040213-1fc1winehq.i386.rpm
and also wine-20040121-1fc1winehq.i386.rpm
. When I try to install Ventrilo, I recieve the following error..
err:virtual:map_image Standard load address for a Win32 program (0x00400000) not available - security-patched kernel ?
I have been able to install Wine on Redhat and Slackware with no problems but with Fedora I get this error. I have googled it and found out that its a known issue with Fedora. I have followed some tips about modifying the prelink. This is the fix that supposedly help some out,
I still recieve same error, after many reboots and prelink -au and prelink-a.
Any ideas or has anyone found a different fix?
Second question, for some odd reason on Fedora I can't ping my router? I will try best to describe how my setup is setup, let me know if you need more information
|-> Zonet 8 Port Switch
|-> My Windows XP / Fedora Box ( 184.108.40.206 )
|-> 4 Port NetGear Router ( 220.127.116.11 / 255.255.254.0 )
| |-> Red Hat Box ( 192.168.0.2 )
| |-> Brothers Comp
| |-> Mail Server
| |-> WAP
|-> Step Fathers Computer
Ok I hope that helps. Now heres my scenario... I can log onto XP and load webpages and ping the Red Hat box just fine. Same the other way around, the red hat box can ping the XP one.
Once I log onto Fedora though, its a completly different situation. I can not ping either way. I have a DHCP assigned address, and it remains the same. Anybody have any suggestions?
Actually now that I am thinking about it.. I might have to use the same MAC address that I have in Windows. I will check it out and get back to whomever. Thanks for the help!