cjk at teamcharliesangels.com
Wed Apr 29 19:57:47 UTC 2009
On Wed, 29 Apr 2009 12:59:31 -0500
Kipton Moravec <kip at kdream.com> wrote:
> I was given an old PC with 256K memory and a 400 MHz Pentium II. They
> had Centos Linux installed, but I did not have the password, and did
> not want to learn something besides Ubuntu.
> I can not seem to get it to install 8.04 LTS.
> I try the normal install and I get an error about BIOS age (1998)
> fails cutoff (2000) acpi=force is required to enable ACPI.
> Searching around I find
> Which I think says I have to type F6, then a space, and then
> So I do it and it does not get me to the Welcome Window. (after 4.)
> So what do I do now?
> I have checked the CD and ran a memory test for 12 hours with no
You should be using the alternate install cd for this system. If it
still won't install, consider installing Xubuntu on it. This gives
you most of Ubuntu with Xfce instead of Gnome. It needs fewer resources
than Ubuntu. You can even install Xubuntu 9.04 on your system.
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