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Page: Compiling a Module on Debian with Linux Kernel 2.6.29 and Higher
Debian, Suse, and other distrbutions with recent 2.6.29 and higher kernels, package their kernel headers in a new architecturespecific manner, which breaks compatibility with earlier established methods of building modules for kernels. Prior to CDP 4, attempting to build kernel modules ...
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Page: Compiling a Module on Debian with Linux Kernel 2.6.29 and Higher with Xen
Symptom Debian, Suse, and other distributions with recent 2.6.29 and higher kernels, package their kernel headers in a new architecturespecific manner, which breaks compatibility with earlier established methods of building modules for kernels. Prior to CDP 4, attempting to build kernel ...
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Page: Restoring the Root Linux File System
I have an issue with CDP 3.0 when restoring the entire root file system of a Linux box or when restoring the root file system on a live system. I have to do so with NetworkManager, but during the restore process it may ...
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Page: Supporting Linux OCFS2 File System
Question Does R1Soft CDP support OCFS2 (Oracle Cluster File System) on Linux? Solution OCFS2 is not supported R1Soft CDP supports the following Linux file systems: Ext2 Ext3 Ext4 ReiserFS 3 See more: http://www.r1soft.com ...
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Page: Using r1soft-setup with later Debian kernels
Compiling a module on a Debian 5.0 w/ Linux 2.6.29 and higher Debian, Suse, and other distributions with recent 2.6.29 and higher kernels, package their kernel headers in a new architecturespecific manner, which breaks compatibility with earlier established methods of building modules ...
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