:-/ I guess I'll just go ahead and use the kqemu module. I was hoping to experiment with KVM some since I used kqemu in the past. Thanks AT.
If I reboot to a normal kernel I'm able to install kvm no problem. But once I boot back to the normal kernel, the module doesn't load and I can't...
slinky:/home/user# ls /dev/kvm
ls: cannot access /dev/kvm: No such file or directory
According to this site, "You'll never see...
I'm running Debian Lenny on a system with an AMD Athlon II 240 CPU.
I'm installing KVM on my Debian system (fully updated) following this...
Thanks a lot, AT!
I would like to create a folder that says the date for the day before.
I know I can:
mkdir foldername-`date +%m.%d.%Y`
But that will only...
Well, it sounds like as this point your best bet would be to backup any important data you may have and reinstall. Sorry for your problem!
I don't think the name is actually "Internet Security 2010". Are you able to give me the name of the "application" that pops up on your screen...
I actually found a way myself... You can use yum as so:
yum list installed
And the output looks like:
Does anyone know of a command in Red Hat based Linux distros that lists software with a version number in a user friendly format?
I am aware that...
Separate names with a comma.