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Old 11-23-2011, 08:30 PM
Default How do I revert back to kernel-headers- ?

Yesterday I updated by F15 system.
Three of the updated packages were


This turned out to make rebuilding the
VMware modules a MAJOR pain, and today I
noticed that VMware is loading an entire
CPU---with nothing running in
the Windows XP client!

So I intend to revert back to my ""
system. Evidently, kernel-headers-
was removed in the update.

So my questions:

1) How do I remove the headers and
re-install the version? When I
go to erase the current headers, yum wants to
remove a boatload of other stuff that presumably
was built against these headers.

2) Can I have two sets of headers on the machine
at the same time?

3) If yes, where can I get the version.
Yum isn't finding it in "updates"?



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