Use pwd to print the current working directory: Use ls to list a directory's contents: Use cd to change to a new directory: Use wildcards instead of typing out long directory The last time I tried one of them, and it was > quite a few > releases ago, I needed at least two discs. When multiple revisions of a microcode are selected, the older ones will be skipped. If th eoption you want does not show > > > up > > > in .config, you are probably missing one of the options it depends on. > > > Source
sudo apt-get install microcode.ctl output is: Setting up microcode.ctl (1.17-1) ... What happens when you press 1? -- Neil Bothwick DOS never says "EXCELLENT command or filename"... michaelkintzios at gmail Apr30,2016,3:02AM Post #5 of 14 (471 views) Permalink Re: Where is CONFIG_MICROCODE gone in If you manually run the program, you get: microcode_ctl: writing microcode (length: 293888) microcode_ctl: cannot open /dev/cpu/microcode for writing errno=2 (No such file or directory) I noticed the module was not You should use the search option in make menuconfig. https://www.redhat.com/archives/rhl-list/2006-November/msg04287.html
Still, it would be better if all kernel versions behaved the same way in this respect. -- Rgds Peter neil at digimed Apr30,2016,9:50AM Post #13 of 14 (448 views) Permalink Re: Re: Where Fine, my eyesight is not what it used to be, but it > > can't be this bad! :p > > > > Symbol: MICROCODE [=n] > > Type : boolean This is the default mode of operation. -l, --list List selected microcode signatures. -L, --list-all List all microcode signatures while they're being processed. -k[device], --kernel[=device] Upload selected microcodes to the kernel.
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I can't recall ever coming across this problem in the past. -- Regards, Mick Attachments: signature.asc (0.46 KB) alec at alectenharmsel Apr30,2016,5:50AM Post #8 of 14 (455 views) Permalink Re: Where is CONFIG_MICROCODE What > happens if you set this; does MICROCODE appear then? Only the newest selected revision of a microcode (or the last one in load order when the --downgrade option is active) will be written to a file or uploaded to the http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/gentoo/user/313523 Fine, my eyesight is not what it used to be, but > it can't be this bad! :p > > Symbol: MICROCODE [=n] > Type : boolean > Prompt: CPU microcode
Files are not replaced atomically: if iucode_tool is interrupted while writing to a file, that file will be corrupted. You can add yourself to Cc for that bug to track its progress. CONTINUE READING Join & Write a Comment Already a member? Follow-Ups: Re: microcode?
iucode_tool does follow directory symlinks to locate the directory to write files into. The software is installed, it's just not functional. un-/Re-mounting the folder works just fine but of course this is not an acceptable solution. Nested directories are skipped.
Please post your CPU type (cat /proc/cpuinfo) and i'll try to figure out if you need any patches. 0 Message Author Comment by:shang30002007-09-25 Comment Utility Permalink(# a19959532) hi DonConsolio, thanks http://sonoportal.net/cannot-open/cannot-open-dev-hda.html now you don't! My results show the behaviour alternating between versions, not simply progressing from the old to the new. Early initramfs support for microcode updates is available since Linux v3.9.
best regards HG 0 LVL 14 Overall: Level 14 Linux 8 Message Expert Comment by:DonConsolio2007-09-25 Comment Utility Permalink(# a19960175) Looks like this is small bug in the init scripts of can you please tell me the site url to add my self to be notified when it's solved >>>I think we have to fix it by compiling microcode driver as a Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2006 14:38:11 -0500 (EST) trying to run microcode_ctl however it gives me an error stating that the module doesn't exist: sudo /etc/init.d/microcode_ctl start Applying Intel CPU microcode http://sonoportal.net/cannot-open/cannot-open-page-safari-could-not-open-the-page.html Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time?
d Intel microcode .dat text format. This shows up in the kernel log: banshee: segfault at 00000000000000e0 rip 000000000048f700 rsp 000000004316ba10 error 4 SELinux is turned off (I turned it off trying to fix this) and this trying to run microcode_ctl however it gives me an error stating that the module doesn't exist: sudo /etc/init.d/microcode_ctl start Applying Intel CPU microcode update: FATAL: Module microcode not found.
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I noticed another machine that loaded the MICROCODE as expected, had initrd enabled in the kernel although not used for anything else. Kernels without early initramfs support will just make the microcode file available to the initramfs environment at /kernel/x86/microcode/GenuineIntel.bin. Microcode with negative revision numbers is not special-cased, and will not be preferred over regular microcode. Check This Out But it looks like two issues are present, the kernel driver is not loading, and the firmware helper seems confused on what it is supposed to do. -- package microcode.ctl 1.17-1
debconf doesn't like console output (in particolar when debconf helper script are called in the wrong place (to late)). We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. This is the default mode of operation. -s ! | [!]signature[,pf_mask] Select microcodes by the specified signature and processor flags mask (pf_mask). To fix this issue in Gutsy (and other releases as well), please follow https://wiki.ubuntu.com/StableReleaseUpdates.
This means that loading the > microcode > > before any userspace programs run will ensure that applications like > > /sbin/init won't crash just because a feature they thought they Specify more than once to select more microcodes. microcode_ctl: cannot open /dev/cpu/microcode for writing errno=2 (No such file or directory) * Failed to update microcode via '/dev/cpu/microcode' [ !! ] * ERROR: microcode_ctl failed to start The previous kernel I think you may be on to something...
We will decide soon. iucode_tool will load all microcodes in the specified files and directories to memory, in order to process them. Thanks, Andrew Next Message by Date: Fedora Coverstory in Linux Format --- Tim
Should none of those options be specified, all microcodes will be selected. Depending on kernel version, you must either trigger it on every core to avoid a dangerous situation where some cores are using outdated microcode, or the kernel will accept the request
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