General :: System Compatible With MSI Eclipse Plus Motherboard I7?

Dec 5, 2010

Is Linux compatible with MSI eclipse plus motherboard i7 with Geforce 9800 GT graphics card?

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General :: Drivers - Picking A Compatible Motherboard

May 25, 2010

Last time I bought a new computer (I build them myself) I got a motherboard that had really poor linux support for a long time. Specifically the audio. I had to wait months before the kernel supported the on board audio chipset. That is exactly the situation I'm trying to avoid this time around.

I have some specific questions about "server motherboards" actually. I looked at a few models of server motherboards by intel, and some random models on newegg. I wasn't able to see much of a difference from regular desktop motherboard other than most had two sockets, and support for much more ram. These boards seem more popular with Linux users. Why?

AMD and Intel both have server CPUs as well. Some question, what's the difference?

To make this question more concrete, I was looking at this this motherboard. The main questions about it that I can't answer are:

Can I get a motherboard without on board raid and audio? I wanted to get a hardware raid controller and a PCI audio card. I thought a server motherboard would be cheaper and not have these "extras", since who wants an audio card on a server?

Where can I found out about Linux support for the components on this board? "Intel ICH10R", "Realtek ALC889", "Marvell 88E8056"

I'm buying this computer to work as a Linux desktop for a lot of compiling, coding and audio/video work, but I don't want to rule out the possibility of installing windows and playing some games at one point. (even if the last game I got has been sitting in its box unopened for almost a year). Is it a good idea to buy a "server motherboard" and play games on it, or are desktop boards better value for this?

The ultimate solution for me would be a motherboard that had GPL divers for onboard LAN, a single CPU socket, lots of PCI express and PCI. USB 3.0, and no fancy hard disk controllers since I'll be getting a separate one.

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General :: Get Dell System Motherboard BIOS In System?

Dec 24, 2010

How to get Dell system motherboard BIOS for a linux machine ?

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General :: Command To Find Dell System Motherboard BIOS?

Jan 7, 2011

Can anyone tell me the command to find Dell system motherboard BIOS for a linux machine ?

i tried find dmidecode but that does not fetch me appropriate output.

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General :: Split Files On Windows Compatible With System Cat?

Mar 17, 2011

I need to split up a large file on windows so I can upload it in parts to a linux machine. I'm looking to do the opposite to this hopefully with some native utilities to keep it simple.

I understand the linux side of the equation to be cat filea fileb > file

what is the simples way to split files on a windows machine which can then be joined together via cat on a linux machine?

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General :: Format Hard Drive On System That Will Be Compatible Witha Mac?

Aug 11, 2011

hard drive formatting, compatibility with Macs, and Windows Etc, suggestions? GUID APM or what else? can I format a hard drive on a linux system that will be compatible witha Mac?

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Fedora Installation :: System Hangs On M3A78-T Motherboard?

Mar 1, 2009

I got an Asus M3A78-T motherboard last year, along with a Phenom 9650 CPU and 2GB of RAM. I originally tried to install Sabayon, but it would occasionally hang while running. I decided to give Fedora another try (wasn't happy with FC4 a few years back) at the constant chiding of my friend.

My first try was with the x86_64 Fedora 10 ISO, using an IDE hard drive and CDROM. It would hang a little bit into something like 'copying system files, at the same place every time. Thinking it was a bad burn, bad iso, or something (checksum and image verification passed) I went ahead and got the DVD ISO. The DVD would always hang a little bit into "Formatting file system." At this point, I have tried EVERY other combination of hardware - swapped out ram, CPU, PS, bought SATA hard drive and DVDROm drive, unplugged the mouse, and even the case pigtails for USB and Firewire. It always hangs in the same place. Somewhere along the process, I took the motherboard back and exchanged it for a new one. Still fails, and in exactly the same place.

The system hang is a hard lockup. Mouse freezes, no keyboard activity (even LED status changes.) The drive activity LED will go out and the progress bar stops advancing.

I'm surprised I'm not seeing anyone else with this problem - I thought this board was a bit more prevalent, but I'm guessing not! What's my next step? I would create a bug report, but I don't know what subsystem is causing the hang. I suspect SATA drivers, but I'm not sure how to test that.

And one other clue - I get a scrambled video screen before it comes up to the first X install screen:

It only lasts for 5 seconds or so, then comes up okay.

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Ubuntu :: Identify System's Motherboard From The Command Line?

Jan 12, 2010

How can I identify my system's motherboard from the command line?

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Ubuntu :: Driver Compatible With Lucid System?

Jul 12, 2010

Is there a driver compatible with Lucid Lynx?

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Fedora :: System Network Servicves Are Not Compatible With Version

May 28, 2011

Title pretty much says it all. I was working fine this morning on f15. Did an update and am now getting the above message. Have no internet access from affected machine. Running "NetworkManager" or "systemctl enable NetworkManager.service" does not fix the issue. Anyone else get this today? I know there was a similar known bug during pre-release.

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Fedora :: System Network Services Not Compatible With This Version

Jul 29, 2011

After a recent update of fedora 15 (2 days ago) I lost my networkmanager icon in top panel completely. Then I check network manager version & found it's version After this update I can't connect to internet by any means either via wired or wireless connection. When I try to open Network option from system settings it giving me an error: System network services are not compatible with this version.

I also try to open network-connection-editor by pressing Alt+F2 & typing:

But it not works as well, I can't see any existing network connection there, moreover I can't even manually add any type of network connection there including mobile broadband! Then I do some googling from my windows machine & found this thread- [URL]. According to this thread I try to do downgrading of following 3 packages-

But I can't downgrade via yumex as there's no internt connection in fedora. so i do a trick of myself. yumex suggests me to downgrade them to previous version
so i manually download those 3 packages from my windows machine & copy them to /var/cache/yum/... folder. After that I do downgrading via yumex. But even after downgrading problem isn't solved. Same things happening still. No networkmanager icon in top panel & no internet
at present, there's no internet connection in my fedora 15 machine & I'm writing this post from my windows machine.

Moreover when I give this command in terminal:
sudo service network start
it giving me FAILED status.

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Hardware :: Touch Screen Monitor That Is Compatible With System?

Oct 24, 2010

Can anyone recommend a Touch Screen Monitor that is compatible with linux, are most touch screens compatible? I'm assuming they would just use the touch input the same as a mouse.

I'm not looking for multi-touch or anything extra-fancy.

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Ubuntu :: Eclipse Plugins Don't Work / Doesn't Install A Bunch Of Libraries And Eclipse Cannot Recognize Standard Java Files?

Jan 19, 2010

I have been using Eclipse to program in Java for a long time, and have been using Jigloo for most of my GUI design. Recently I decided to try out the C/C++ plugin. I tried installing it, but it did not work. After many attempts, I finally gave up. However, after uninstalling it I found that Jigloo had stopped working. Any other plugins I try to install now also don't work. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling plugins, and reinstalling eclipse, but nothing I have done fixes it. Although eclipse says that the software has been installed, nothing shows up in the features list or the plugins list.

Another problem: When I install eclipse from the repositories, it doesn't install a bunch of libraries and eclipse cannot recognize standard java files.

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Programming :: Eclipse PDT 2.0 Versus Zend Studio For Eclipse

Jan 28, 2009

I have been writing PHP using Adobe Dreamweaver; I have been looking around for an application that focus more in PHP.I have found:




I know Zend stands behind PHP and that Eclipse is a popular open source IDE. What is the difference tho?Is the PDT Project only a functionality that could be added to Eclipse IDE? Is Zend for Eclipse a stand alone IDE for PHP? if so, Why the Eclipse in the name? I have downloaded Zend Studio for Eclipse, so far it seems very complete (no that have learned how to use all its features).

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Programming :: Metrics Plug-in For Eclipse - Does It Support Eclipse CDT

Sep 17, 2010

The Metrics plug-in supports Java development well at Eclipse.


I would like to know if it supports Eclipse CDT, so I can use it with my C++ project. Any thought? If it doesn't support CDT, is there any good static code analysis tools available for Eclipse CDT?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Find Hard Drives On System - Motherboard With Two SATA Controller Chips

Aug 2, 2010

I just finished a build of a new GNU/Linux boxen with openSUSE 11.2. I have a MSI Big Bang Xpower X58 motherboard which has two SATA controller chips, one is the standard Intel ICH10R chip for SATA 3.0 Gb/s and one is the Marvell 9128 chip for SATA 6.0 Gb/s. The BIOS recognizes the Western Digital Caviar Black 6.0 Gb/s drive on either SATA controller chips, /however/ I am unable to install (and boot) when the drive is connected to the Marvell controlled ports. As you can guess, I'd like to boot from the faster interface!

1. The BIOS allows me to select the Western Digital drive as a secondary boot device, so I know, at least at the BIOS level, it's there. This is true whether I have the drive connected to the Intel or Marvell ports. (The DVD drive is the primary boot device.)

2. When trying to install openSUSE 11.2 from DVD, the installer says that it can't find any hard drives on my system when I have the drive connected to the Marvell port. The installer finds the drive fine when it is connected to the Intel port.

3. I installed everything with the drive connected to the Intel port. I switched the drive to the Marvell port afterward and the system refuses to boot completely, stalling at some point where it starts to look for other filesystem partitions. This led me to conclude that perhaps the problem is with openSUSE and not hardware weirdness with the system having two separate SATA controllers?

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Ubuntu :: Eclipse Not Opening Files In Eclipse?

Sep 11, 2010

I recently had to reinstall Eclipse on ubuntu 10.10 and i did it twice, once just removing eclipse package, and the second time removing every package associated with an eclipse install.when i launch eclipse I go into my package view and select a package and then double click on a Java file.

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Slackware :: Install Eclipse CDT Is A Plug-in For Eclipse?

Sep 12, 2010

I use Slackware64 13.1. I installed eclipse from slackbuild.But how can I install Eclipse CDT? is a plug-in for eclipse? It's another program?

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Debian Configuration :: WiFi Settings - System Network Services Are Not Compatible

Nov 4, 2015

I got this message when I tried to get in WifiSettings.

"The system network services are not compatible with this version"

What should I do?

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Fedora X86/64bit :: Install Modded Driver As Original Catalyst Are Not Compatible With System?

May 17, 2009

I have a laptop with ATI mobility 2400, and ralink wireless, I have not very experience with linux, I have tried many live-cds, ubuntu, opensuse, gentoo, fedora and all crash if I don't boot with the aditional option "clocksource=jiffies", i'm thinking of trying fedora 11 x64 but my main concern is about my ATI mobility VGA, in windows i need to install modded driver as original catalyst are not compatible with my system.

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OpenSUSE :: Configure System In Order To Work On Some French Documents Using Kate - Kwrite Or Eclipse

Jun 11, 2010

I am working on a English (US) KDE installation of opensuse 11.2 with a US keyboard and I have some troubles to configure my system in order to work on some French documents using Kate, Kwrite or Eclipse.

For instance, when I save the content of this link [url] on my hard-drive and open the file in Kate, Kwrite or Eclipse, all accentuated characters are displayed as black lozenge signs with a ? inside. What should I fix in my configuration to have those characters show correctly?

A related but maybe slightly different situation is the following: In Eclipse, when I use a French keyboard layout in Eclipse (using the shortcut Ctrl + Alt + K after setup in Configure Desktop > Regional & Language), I can type and display accentuated characters correctly. However, as soon as I spell check my document (I believe Eclipse use aspell for that), all the words containing the accentuated characters that I typed are shown as being wrong. Eclipse suggests some corrections that show up with black lozenge signs with a ? inside...

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Fedora :: Download / Installing Eclipse Returning "no Package Eclipse Available"

May 13, 2011

I am new to Fedora (I have always used ubuntu in the past), and I am trying to download eclipse. Unfortunately, "sudo yum install eclipse" is returning "no package eclipse available". I think this means that I am missing the correct repo, but I'm not sure which is the right one and don't know how to add it to my repo list for this version. My version of fedora is centos5 based, and my current repo list is the following:


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General :: Upgrade Motherboard And CPU Without Reinstall

Sep 2, 2010

I have a home server running Ubuntu 10.04. I want to replace the motherboard and CPU without reinstalling the OS. I read a long time ago that this would sort of work on Windows XP, but with stability issues. However, I have a hunch that on a modern Linux there shouldn't be any problems.

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General :: Get The Motherboard Drivers For Ubuntu?

Dec 14, 2010

I had installed Ubuntu 9.10 edition many times but I was unable to play audio/video,access to internet etc. where will I get the motherboard drivers for Ubuntu.

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General :: Monitor Attached To Motherboard Is Out Of Frequency?

Jan 10, 2011

I have bought a new motherboard (MSI 785GT-E63). I already have an old CRT monitor connected to it. After I install a linux OS to it, my monitor will display that it is:

Out of frequency.
Current frequency is 89Hz. The
operating output of my monitor is
(around) 60-70Hz.

I would like to get this thing work. How can I let my CRT display properly?I was thinking of lowering down video frequency output of my motherboard, but I can't find any settings on my BIOS setup. Additional info:

My monitor is attached directly to
the built-in video adaptor of my
motherboard. (No additional video


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Ubuntu Servers :: Eclipse And Tomcat Are Running But Can't See Tomcat In The Eclipse

Sep 1, 2010

I installed eclipse and tomcat with package manager. Eclipse and tomcat are running but i can't see tomcat in the eclipse. I just see 'Basic' folder. That is a screenshot [URL]

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General :: Drivers - BIOS Updates And Flashing With New Motherboard?

Apr 11, 2011

I'm thinking of buying a new motherboard for my desktop. I've chosen a model and I've read some reviews on it. A couple of the reviews talk about BIOS updating/flashing and stuff like that. As a moderate hardware guy (I've built computers, but only know the basics of hardware and how they work together) running Linux, should I worry about this. I've never updated/flashed my current mobo's BIOS

So are all these reviews specific to Windows users? I've never had much driver issues in Linux (other than ATI graphics cards), nor have I had to update BIOS.

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General :: Gigabyte Motherboard - Cannot Install Drivers In Mandriva

Jan 3, 2010

I have installed mandriva 2008 spring edition. In my home i am using bsnl broadband connection. But i cannot install drivers in mandriva linux. In ethernet properties it is showing me that unknown device.

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General :: Install Drivers For Gigabyte Atom Motherboard On OS?

Aug 2, 2010

I have decided to do away with windows for the obvious reasons. I have carried out a new instal of Ubuntu 10.04. on a formatted HDD in a Gigabyte GA-510UD atom mother board and have found that I can't install the M/B drivers from the indtall disk.

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General :: Secure Motherboard And Chip Set To Place In Mini ATX

Jan 31, 2011

Looking to build the first computer system from scratch and I have chosen Linux as my system. Learning about Linux is a must as I would like to get away from MS. Also, building the system will better equip me when I pursue a business venture within the next year or two.I presently take course work in accounting for a bachelor degree, but will attain another degree in software engineering, both from Herzing University. My present skill level in programming?

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