Probably what’s happening is that the Fedora 6 kernel does not have the modules for your motherboard’s chipset. Also the 64bit version may not have the driver but the 32bit will. Unfortunately I cannot add, this is just something I remember reading in a LQ thread long ago. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
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If I remember correctly, there is a package of some sort that 775k65g it. Last edited by Junior Hacker; at Intel incoprporation G integrated graphics controller rev After about tries re-building from scratch and allot of times just wiping the partition and re-loading an image of a fresh install, I finally noticed there were some possible key updates at Fedora’s update site.
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All times are GMT This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. For modem, irgbalance is crucial to which there was an update, I also updated the kernel to final update release, ppp,kudzu, and a couple other network related items I can’t remember right now.
The time now is Find More Posts by ramram29 View Blog. I don’t think that has anything to do with it. When I bought my laptop, I also bought the Chipaet XPS gen 5 desktop model another high end unitone morning I woke up to what some call “the blue screen of death”.
Motherboard manufacturers including HP, Dell, etc. Intel will sell any chipset they made in the past to manufacturers of motherboards for systems they’ll put on the shelf today, there’s that old cliche “you get what you pay for”.
You can run the Fedora 6 32bit OS but you will cgipset be taking full advantage of the 64bit registers. Dell has in house warranty and over the span of a week replaced pretty much every component before eventually changing the Pentium 4 processor, that’s a costly catastrophy and that’s why I go with warranty on the entire system. It helps to have as many IRQ’s open as possible.
Maybe Google can pull those discussions up. Also try using the very latest kernel.
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Probably what’s happening is that the Fedora 6 kernel does not have the modules for your motherboard’s chipset. I bought an expensive surge protector as the warranty was near it’s end.
Unfortunately I cannot add, this is just something I remember reading in a LQ thread long ago.
If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Let me know if you are able to get Linux running using the Knoppix LiveCD and we’ll take it from there. Actually I found some 64bit programs to run slower than the 32bit ones. Find More Posts by Junior Chipst.
Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. I found that there’s very little difference unless you are running clusters or mega cpu intensive services.
Don’t quote me on this one, but I’ve read somewhere possibly Intel’s web site in the pastthat if the name of the chipset includes a v such as GV, the V stands for “value”, which means this chipset did’nt make the cut and will most likely be found in the “Value” priced systems. The new chipset is G, so maybe cyipset other one was discontinued. But then you may loose the friendliness that the Fedora bloat offers. If you need to reset your password, click here.