[SATLUG] Motherboard Issues with Fedora 9 and 10
demeler at biochem.uthscsa.edu
Mon Jun 22 15:37:06 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.
OK, I think there is hope. If you can get through the entire installation,
it is clear that the MOBO can handle Linux. It must be an installation issue.
For now, use the rescue disc to boot and use the same kernel as you used for
the installation. You can mount the root partition from the command line by
root=/dev/sda1 (if /dev/sda1 is your root partition)
as a kernel parameter during boot.
> 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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