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Old 29th September 2008, 11:06 AM
paul sanz Offline
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Question how to activate/set Real-time clock function and parallel port.

Hi can anyone shed some light on the prerequisites for installing VM server 2.0 on fc9 86_64.

"CONFIG_RTC=y : 1.

Why does VM need them? how can check if they are already set and if not how to do i set them?

1. The real-time clock function must be compiled into your Linux
2. The parallel port PC-style hardware option (CONFIG_PARPORT_PC) be
built and loaded as a kernel module (that is, it must be set to m when
the kernel is compiled).



Last edited by paul sanz; 29th September 2008 at 11:37 AM. Reason: add more info
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