vyau5678 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 27 06:47:22 BST 2008
I am running severl Edubuntu boxes both at home and at work.
Last week, a friend has an extra old PC that was running Win XP that he
to give Edubuntu a try. So I took it home and tried installing Edubuntu
8.0.4 on it.
I downloaded the latest ISO and burned it onto the disk. The PC is an old
with only 128MB. When I stick in the install CD, the first menu
came up and I chose the "Install" option. It then brought up
the orange-ish screen with the image of a bird. It stays on this
screen for hours and with the CD-rom spinning continuously. No menu or icon
would appear on the screen. Essentially, I am unable to get to *any*
I was using the on-board graphics so I dug up an AGP graphics card and tell
to use this new AGP graphics card. I am hoping this will offload some
Nope! All I get is that orange-ish screen. And I let it sat there for
hours and it is still the same
I have even old P3 and P4 that runs Edubuntu with *no* problem let alone
I am puzzled about why this box, albeit pretty humble, would have this
Is 128MB RAM just simply too small?
Any clue much appreciated.
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