On Fri, 2011-07-08 at 10:02 -0600, Petrus de Calguarium wrote:
> Adam Williamson wrote:
> > That would indicate your BIOS doesn't have the necessary support;
> > a few don't. There's some notes on what's needed for biosdevname to
> > at
> I ran the script, output:
> Checking hardware requirements [ OK ]
> Checking for SMBIOS type 41 support [FAILED]
> Checking for SMBIOS type 9 support [ OK ]
> Checking for PCI Interrupt Routing support [ OK ]
> The instructions say:
> "If the output of the script is [ OK ] and any of the following checks
> is [ OK ], your hardware is supported by biosdevname".
> So, what's wrong?
I plead ignorance - you reached the limits of my knowledge on the
Matt Domsch might be able to help, when he comes by. Oh, if you
upgrade from earlier Fedora releases, I believe it preserves your
previous interface names by default: you have to wipe out a few config
files to make it use the new ones, starting with the /etc/udev/rules.d
file that specifies interface names.
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