[SATLUG] Motherboard Issues with Fedora 9 and 10

Peter Cross pjcrux at gmail.com
Mon Jun 22 15:34:29 CDT 2009

No only Fedora 9 or 10. Unfortunately those are the only distro's supported
within the Amahi Home Server Project (However, Ubuntu soon will be currently
in Alpha testing). I will try to install tonight again and see what the
problem is.

On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 3:22 PM, Borries Demeler <
demeler at biochem.uthscsa.edu> wrote:

> >
> > It will allow anaconda to install however after applying all of the
> updates
> > (one of which requires a reboot) it will no longer boot and I have to
> start
> > all over again...
> >
> > So in closing... I don't really know other than the mobo continually
> crashes
> > Fedora. Everything I've found is conflicting as to whether the mobo
> supports
> > linux or not officially no but others say yes (just not the Via GPU, no
> > worries have a PCI-E card NVidia 7600)
> If you get through an entire install it's not linux per se that's your
> problem.
> It's the way the distribution installs the boot information, at least
> that's
> my hunch. Can you use a rescue disk and access the installed root partition
> that
> way? Without an actual error message during boot time its hard to assess
> what's
> actually wrong, it could be that you are booting the wrong kernel. Have you
> tried
> a different distro,, say Slackware 12.2?
> -b
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Peter J. Cross
San Antonio, TX

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