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Hi I downloaded a update yesterday that was supposed to fix a bug with my wireless card and it created some problems One with the boot menu which is now fixed. but now nothing in yast works. When I try to open community repositories I get this message Error while creating client moduale inst_productsources nothing in yast2 works. any help would be appreciated . the update was to my kernel also Dan im using suse 10.3 kde
Everything boots fine I get to the desk top go to yast and get the cannot load moduale messages they are x messages Im a linux newbie I dont know how to boot from the old kernel Thanks Dan Im using suse 10.3 kde
Distribution: Mandriva 2009 X86_64 suse 11.3 X86_64 Centos X86_64 Debian X86_64 Linux MInt 86_64 OS X
I once download a total different kernel then I use .After Grub is loading There was one option more
1) booting from the new kernel
2) Booting from the old kernel
3) Old kernel failsafe
If you really do know the name off the new kernel try with yast2 to go to software management
and uninstall the new kernel
Last edited by ronlau9; 02-26-2008 at 11:04 AM.
Reason: save to soon
Okay, I also did an update of bluez audio and some video editing packages which stopped bluetooth from working. No bluetooth devices found by hcitool. So I did the online update of recommended options only (gnome update was the only item) and now neither yast nor bluetooth works. Please help! I really don't want to reinstall.
Yast shows a box "error creating client module xxxxx" where xxxxx is whatever you click in the yast GUI. Does anyone have any advice?
In general, there is no point posting if you cannot wait a few days or try several things.
@kallax: Welcome to LQ - I know everyone says to post to an existing thread, but they mean you should post to a thread which is actually relevant to your problem. This one is about YaST, yours is about bluetooth.