I'm trying to install a GeForce 8600 XT card into novell Open Enterprise SUSE 11 so that I can get the 3D Cube to work. It currently does not work with the default nvidia card onthe motherboard.I can not find the correct driver for the GeForce 8600XT card. Can someone identify the driver I should be using please? Then if someone could also direct me to the "How to install a Video Driver" tutorial,
UPDATE:I've downloaded the correct drivers but it still says that my hardware does not support Desktop enhancements etc ... I think the GeForce 8600 XT just doesn't support 3D accelleration ... period.Can someone suggest a reasonably priced video card that is easy to install and which supports 3D Accelleration please?
Me suman, new in the Linux world. I made a Box with AMD Phenom II X4 955 Processor, ASUS M4A78LT-M M/B (AMD 760G Chipset) and DDR3 RAM.While installing RedHat Enterprise Linux 5, after selecting the Installation media as CD-ROM I am getting the error msg "No Driver Found. Unable to find out any Drivers of the type needed for this installation."Though I had installed Fedora 8 in this box successfully.
I am trying to install guest additions on Oracle Enterprise Linux Update 5. Whenever I try to the run VBoxLinuxAdditions-x86.run script I get the following problem:
erifying archive integrity.All good. Uncompressing VirtualBox 2.0.0 Guest Additions for Linux installation. VirtualBox 3.0.6 Guest Additions installation install the build and header files for your current Linux kernel. The current kernel version is 2.6.18-164.el5PAE Problems were found which would prevent the Guest Additions from installing. correct these problems and try again. I also tried yum install using the following commands without any luck:
yum install kernel-devel kernel-headers-`uname -r` Following are the package information of my kernel-devel and headers: > rpm -q kernel-devel kernel-devel-2.6.18-164.el5 > rpm -q kernel-headers kernel-headers-2.6.18-164.el5
I have been spending a couple of hours already on how to fix this but I still couldnt get to install this.
I newing to utilize linux I want to ask I install redhat enterprise 4 4 on laptop acer aspire 4736, and all hadware I am not detected comprise wifi card and lan card. how detects my hadware that? one again of making ad-hoc at ubuntu 7.10
like the title says im unable to install VNC-eterprises i downloaded from a torrent site i had downloaded it b4 i formatted my pc from a xp ubuntu 10.04 dual boot and it installed just fine with 0 problems now i get his error
I would like to know where i can find a step-by-step guide to install sendmail 8.13.8 in my Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1, the rpm packages of sendmail are included on the DVD instalation disc, but it was not instaled when the OS was instaled, and when i tried to use the manual on the Red Hat Web i discovered that it is for a different version (of Red Hat and sendmail) and there are not the same packages, (it's missed the sendmail-*.src.rpm package but there's a sendmail-devel-8.13.8-2.el5.i386.rpm package instead). So i don't know what to do, because the first thing that that guide installs is that source package, besides, when i make "rpm -qpil package.rpm" i found that the others packages have not the same things inside (it's missed /etc/aliases and /etc/aliases.db files). Please help. I haven't found anything to install this version of sendmail, and i have never done this before.
I'm starting an online Internet radio station and my server Linux Distro is Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES release 4 (Nahant Update 4) and I want to install icecast so I can stream music and video onto my website. I already check the package manger to see if it was there and it was not so how do I install icecast?
I am trying to install openldap 2.4.21 in redhat enterprise 5 version and I am having some issues. When I ran the configure command, I had the following error.
checking for Berkeley DB major version in db.h... 4 checking for Berkeley DB minor version in db.h... 3 checking if Berkeley DB version supported by BDB/HDB backends... no configure: error: BerkeleyDB version incompatible with BDB/HDB backends
So I downloaded and installed Berkeley DB 4.8.26 version. But my problem is how do I make openldap to point to this.
This post is for an HP parallel printer but I think it should work for at least "some" other parallel printers.I am sure that someone smarter than me will follow up this post with a "well, just do this and that" and you will have your HP Laserjet 6P printer ready to go, but since questions litter the forums of MANY distros on how to get "at least" an HP parallel printer to work, I'll post this anyway.This may or may not work for you if you do not have an HP but you can try it.The install printer box will let you do an install for an HP Parallel and it asks for how it is to talk to it, through CUPS sock or "local host'. When we get through what I recommend you should chose "local host".
I am downloading the 64-bit image of Ubuntu 9.10 right now, but I notice the filename has "amd64" in it. Will it only work on 64-bit AMD processors? I want to install it onto an enterprise-class server with a 64-bit Intel Xeon processor.
I am a newbie with Linux and I am eager to learn it . I installed RHEL6 beta on My Dell D620 and everything seems to be fine except the Video Driver. I installed the Desktop and the Video card of my laptop is NVIDIA QUADRO NVS110M with the max resolution 1440x900. The max resolution I have now is 1024x768.I want to install the NVDIA driver,I already downloaded the RPMS from http://www.atrpms.net/ website but I am afraid it won't work because of dependencies..if I try to use the hard way by using rpm -Uhv. Is there any other way for example using YUM or other ways.If I use YUM what command I have to type.
I have just installed Fedora12, i worked all time with Red Hat Enterprise, so i wanted to set the default Red Hat theme(clearlooks) on Fedora. However i can't find the clearlooks icons in the themes, how can i set them?
i am using Linux Fedora 12. I have the code i think i need, But i need the step by step instructions on how to do it. Any advice is a huge leap in the right direction. Btw, Im installing a logitech c525 Web cam.
I have two machines on the same network. I want to share files from my Red Hat server to my Fedora 11 box. I want to know what is the easiest, most secure way of doing so. My machines are on a public wire (not an issue really as I don't have sensitive stuff on there), however I'd like to learn how to secure the server, but yet still get access from my Fedora box. Anyone provide me with a guide or help on which protocol (SSH, Samba? NFS) to use?
I wanted to install the latest version of the Revolution Enterprise R 4.0 software on Linux, however the company only supports the produce on Windows and Red Hat(CentOS). Since I don't want to stay on Windows and CentOS is too locked down, I was wondering if I could install the Red Hat version of the RPM on Fedora? I am not sure if there are any particular issues associated with installing Red Hat RPMs on Fedora with respect to compatibility.
The company said that they do not support Revolution Enterprise on Fedora yet and have not tested it. Since the software is proprietary--I can get it under a free academic license--I cannot compile it from source. I tried to install the software in a Fedora VM, but it seemed to quit in the middle. But that might have been just my lack of Fedora experience more than a software issue.
I just installed Red Hat 6 but when I try to login it prompts me to enter a "Smartcard Authentication" instead of a user name.Does anyone know how to get pass this? and just login with the user name I created or the root? I tried logging using root and a regular user but it always keeps asking me to enter a smart card.Here's a screenshot of the login screen:Code: i901.photobucket.com/albums/ac211/0xGFX007/smart.png