CentOS 4.0 now available

March 14, 2005 10:08 pm

CentOS 4.0 now available through the Distro Wizard.

[img]http://linode.com/images/logos/centoslogo-64.png[/img]

“udev” is installed, but won’t run on startup. To enable (if you know what you’re doing), grep for “udev” in /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit and uncomment the line. It’s likely that this package can just be removed completely.

I also disabled bdb in /etc/my.cnf, which is needed since it requires NPTL. (thanks fo0bar).

Please let me know if you have any other suggestions for the template.

-Chris

3 Responses

  1. [quote:6bbe9e0a3f=”caker”]CentOS 4.0 now available through the Distro Wizard.
    “udev” is installed, but won’t run on startup. To enable (if you know what you’re doing), grep for “udev” in /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit and uncomment the line. It’s likely that this package can just be removed completely.
    [/quote]

    Why was udev disabled?

  2. UML doesn’t support, and doesn’t need kernel modules.

  3. [quote:84ad2f1e13=”CryptWizard”]UML doesn’t support, and doesn’t need kernel modules.[/quote]

    udev is not just about kernel modules… But I see your point. The /dev directory is unlikely to change.

Leave a Reply