Debian Installation :: Processor Architecture Of HP Pavilion A309.uk
Jul 28, 2011
Planning on turning an old PC i've acquired into a server. Not quite sure which debian to download for an HP Pavilion a309.uk, or where to find this information. None of the codes seem to match with any on the link underneath.
I've just finished installing debian 5.0.3 on my pc and i chose the installation set for the Intel x86 architecture. Does it mean that my OS is then 32 bit and will be used to run only 32 bits applications ? I'm doing also software developments with gcc with my linux box. Using this os and the gcc tools, for this os, will my software only be 32 bits ?
I'm a Linux Mint user, but I'd like to cross over to Debian. I used the x86 architecture for the Mint install, but I couldn't find that anywhere on the Debian site. what the architecture for the Intel Pentium D dual core is?
I want to setup some virtual machines that will use the same architecture and debian-version as my host-machine. I have started to setup VMs with a netinstall-image and now want to add more software using apt-get. As most of the software I will use is already installed on my host-machine I wonder if there is any way to configure apt in such a way that it will not download packages from the internet, but will use the packages from my host-machine to save network-traffic. Is there a good may to populate VMs using the debs from the host-machine.
I have built the linux-image deb using uclibc as cross compiler but I failed to install the package to the root file system on my CF card. It shows the following ERROR message : Code: dpkg: error processing linux-2.6.26_2.6.26-1_uclibc-linux-i386.deb (--install) : Package architecture (uclibc-linux-i386) does not match system (i386) Errors were encountered while processing : linux-2.6.26_2.6.26-1_uclibc-linux-i386.deb
i have installed ubuntu in my laptop.since i have AMD processor fedora doesnt support AMD processor..the recent version fedora 12 supprots AMD processor.i am doing my final project in ns2 hence it should support tht too!!! Which is the best choice to override ubuntu grub fedora 12 or redhat linux.
Installed 6.01a from DVD 1 on a system with 4GB ram. Installer installed amd64 version by default. When I try to install amd64.deb files I get "wrong architecture" error messages from the package manager. root@Laptop-RalphDeb:/home/ralphq# uname -r 2.6.32-5-amd64 root@Laptop-RalphDeb:/home/ralphq# uname -p unknown Why I can install amd64 programs and why I get unknown for the uname -p command?
I have downloaded Fedora 11 x64, and I went to the adobe website and downloaded the tar.gz file for flash player. I went into the terminal to untar the file and after I did that I tried to install it and got this error :
ERROR: Your architecture, 'x86_64', is not supported by the Adobe Flash Player installer. What does this mean? My dad could get his to install but his is 32 bit.Do I have to wait until the full version is out?
osdlyrics_0.3.20100604-1~lucid1_i386.deb Ubuntu x86 32 bit deb package for Ubuntu 10.04 or later wont install. I'm running ubuntu 10.4 64bit. My question is why you can't install 32bit programs on a 64bit system? If you can then how do I do it? 64bit should run 32bit due to the resin that a 16bit system ran 8bit games/programs. I know in window 7 you can install 32bit programs on 64bit system.
I have a HP Pavilion Dv71245dx Laptop running Debian Wheezy, which has been alright so far except for the mouse wheel built into the right side of the touch mousepad. It's positioned in such a way that makes my thumb hit it all the time by accident while typing, and it's been a total nightmare. I would just like to disable the scroll wheel feature on this mousepad entirely, but I would like to do so in such a way that I can still use the scroll wheel on my USB mouse whenever I have that plugged in.
I installed Fedora 10 on my HP Pavilion zv6130us and when the battery goes low, everything freezes over, just like that... At first I didn't know why it happened, but later I realized that it happens when it's not connected and the battery is low.
I've just installed Ubuntu 9.10 64 bits on my new HP Pavilion dv6, but it seems to boot almost randomly. I think it might be an issue related to the ATI graphics card, but I don't know how to solve it.
I am trying to install Ubuntu 10.04 on my laptop, a rather new HP Pavilion dv6-2044el. Windows 7 is already installed, so I've tried "installation inside Windows". I have been using Ubuntu for at least a couple of years, and this is the first time there is no way to complete an installation : The process halts after restarting the system. A few months ago I managed to install Ubuntu 9.10 on this laptop without any trouble, before disinstalling it. I have tried:
ubuntu-10.04-desktop-i386.iso ubuntu-10.04-desktop-amd64.iso both from a CD and an USB flash drive, always with the same frustrating result. I tried also to install 9.10 first and then upgrade to 10.4, but the upgrade didn't work either. Today I even tried Maverick Meerkat (maverick-desktop-i386.iso) from a USB flash drive, but it also halted during the process. [tags: HP, Hewlett Packard, Pavilion, 2044el, Lucid Lynx, Maverick Meerkat]
I have an old Pavilion N5425 that I was given. It only has 256 MB, so I am trying to run Xubuntu. I can run the Xubuntu Live CD, but when I try to install it, early in the install process, I get an error. It says that ubi-prepare has exited with exit code -9. What does this mean?
However i've decided to kick the nasty habbit that is windows. I've just installed Ubuntu 10.04 onto my HP Pavilion dv6-2020sa. Its a full install no partitions (i jumped straight into the deep end) However when i start her up, she gets to the loading screen of Ubuntu and the Welcome sound, blurts out of my speakers, but then repeats and repeats before stopping... the system then freezes, keyboard and mouse stop responding. Running from the Live CD works fine. I was reading through the forum and understand i need to get the boot info script, so here she is.
I recently installed Ubuntu 10.10 and everything went smooth. I was originally using Ubuntu 10.04 version installed via Wubu and decided it was time to make a true install of Ubuntu and decided to use 10.10.
I installed Skype and tried to have a phone convo, but the Microphone wasn't working. I tried to use yfrog.com to record a video from my webcam and the video worked fine, but no audio. I also tried the pre-installed sound recorder to record my voice but that also failed.
I completely deleted NTFS as having a boring windows doesn't make any sense today, installed it with ext4: /boot = 200MB /swap = 1GB / = space left After successful install, the BIOS screen with HP logo remains stuck, it won't boot anything in another words. I can't get the boot loader, nothing as if it awkwardly trying to boot from external data drive. Did my hard drive go poof? or did I miss something during install? How can I get my hd to read?
If your PC has a 64-bit AMD or Intel processor, you will most likely need the "amd64" images (though "i386" is also fine), the "ia64" images will not work."Does it mean I should use ia64 image for my 64-bit intel processor?
I used to have F9 on my HP pavilion dv8000. I have been trying to install F10 (and even CentOS 5.3) on it and, during the installation process, when I choose the keyboard layout (english) it doesn't go on. Weird because I am using the same disk I successfully used to install F10 on my desktop. What could it be? The same problem happens when I make the installation process in text mode...
I'm trying to install Ubuntu on my dv1000 but I can't seem to get past the Ubuntu loading logo. I'm using the same CD that I used when I installed onto my Dell Inspiron 600m and that installation went flawlessly. Right after the Ubuntu loading logo, my screen just goes black and sits there seemingly doing nothing. Does anyone know of compatibility issues with my laptop or is there a workaround to this black screen issue?