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i suggest you desert this distro. i just installed it and it is not for desktop. i did not like yum (package installer). and it was really slow (slower than kubuntu) on my very new high end desktop
stick with k/ubuntu
That's an incredibly uninformed comment. What does not for desktop mean, and how do you know if the OP is using it for a desktop?
Slow? perhaps you didn't have it installed properly. I use CentOS ona desktop, I have both Ubuntu and Ubuntu installed on the same machine, and frankly, I can see no particular difference in speed either.
You didn't like yum? Who cares what you like! It's pretty similar to apt-get - both have their pros and cons.
Nice that you have a very new high end desktop. We're all terribly impressed.
I'll aslo point out that you are in breach of LQ rules
Do not post if you do not have anything constructive to say in the post.
Last edited by billymayday; 08-25-2008 at 06:09 AM.
> kernel-utils is needed by lm_sensors-2.8.7-2.40.3.i386
I have the same with a brand new install of openSUSE 11.1 x86_64. Me pdu newbie too. I did find that linux-utils is said to be old and is no longer available. I gather that the necessary bits are in kernel_sources. Maybe there is something better or other than lm_sensors to monitor motherboard, cpu temps. Or does anyone know of a way to make this work? I've never messed with make files or fixing dependencies so I'm clueless..
# uname -a
Linux server 18.104.22.168-9-default #1 SMP 2008-12-04 18:10:04 +0100 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
AMD Athlon 64 3500+
2GiB Corsair XMS RAM
Freebie Biostar MSNV939 system board
2 WD 250GiB PATA drives
2 Seagate 250GiB PATA drives
Lite-on DVDRW LH-20A1S SATA DVD/RW drive
ATI Radeon X600
nForce 4 AM2L Mainboard Ethernet
2x 3C905 NIC
NC3122 Fast Ethernet (dual port NIC)