"Seth Garnar" <garnar_s,AT,rgworld,DOT,com>, <cipe-l,AT,inka,DOT,de>|
Artem Dmytrenko <admytren,AT,internet2,DOT,edu>|
Wed, 18 Jun 2003 11:09:18 -0400|
Usually RPM's come without the kernel module. So you would be still using
old driver with newer daemon. Perhaps the best solution is to compile CIPE
on a development machine and copy the module to your CIPE
servers/workstations. Depending on how your kernels are configured,
you may need to use the same kernel version on all machines.
At 07:46 AM 6/18/2003 -0700, Seth Garnar wrote:
I used the 1.5.2 rpm and before I had the 1.4.X now when I start with the
new 1.5 vers I get
ciped version mismatch c10adff6 -> 25bed682
Is there a easy fix for this? I would install from source but my boxes have
a very small linux install without kernel sources.
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