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Old 05-10-2006, 04:13 PM   #1
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Multiple problems with RHEL4.0

Is it just me? I see a number of problems with RHEL 4.0 and not getting a lot of answers from RH.

For example: CTRL-ALT-Fx where x= F1, F2,F3, etc. causes X to either stop, crash or close as CTRL-ALT-F7 to take me back to the X environment brings me to a login prompt when I was already logged in prior to CTRL-ALT-Fx.

Example: Up2date works fine for a time period then seems to get hosed.

Example: running a Dual Xeon system with 4 GB is fine. 8GB I get scsi errors when trying to load the OS.

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