Help! Installing 8.10 on Server - errors!!!!
vpadro at gmail.com
Tue Mar 10 17:21:29 UTC 2009
On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 8:15 AM, Jonathan Harrison <
jonathan-harrison at tiscali.it> wrote:
> Tried that too. Also failed, but same message, but gave different MG cost.
> Had a very interesting response from Gigabyte. They told me to reset BIOS
> to “load optimized default” They also said “Sorry, but we do not test our
> motherboards with Linux so cannot guarantee suitability”
> This is very slow and painful. Is there a faster way of communicating?
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Do you have the same results using Ubuntu 8.04?
Have you upgraded the BIOS?
Have you tried using the Ubuntu 8.10 Alternate CD?
I know you want a server, but it's just to be sure everything goes ok using
Ubuntu 8.10 with an alternate install
Did you checked you MD5 checksum?
Would it be possible to run a memtest?
If you are trying to setup a server, my personal opinion will be to use
Ubuntu 8.04 LTS(Long Term Support)
I have an Asus and an ECS motherboards using the same or similar
configuration as yours and never had that issue(of course I have upgraded
the BIOS to the latest version in all of them) and used external graphics
card(PCI-e) on one of them.
4x2GB Kingston RAM 667 & 800Mhz
AMD Athlon 64 x2 4800+ & 5500+
ECS A770M-A & Asus M2N-VM HDMI
using Ubuntu 8.04 Server & CentOS 5.2
Hope it helps.
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