Software :: AMD Processor Fedora Doesnt Support AMD Processor?

Jan 5, 2010

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.

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General :: Distros Which Can Support 32 Processor?

May 5, 2010

Any Linux distros which can support 32 processor ?

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Aug 14, 2009

Ever since I turned on my notebook yesterday (Compaq Evo N610c) my processor has been working 100% all the time. I checked processes via System Monitor, and no process is doing such thing.

What can I Do?

Here's a copy/paste from top command

[juan@x22 ~]$ top
top - 11:02:39 up 37 min, 2 users, load average: 2.77, 2.21, 1.48
Tasks: 142 total, 3 running, 139 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie


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Oct 28, 2009

Does anyone know if there is a way to "unset" processor affinity? So if you bind a process to just one proc, but then want to tell the OS to revert to normal behavior? Also, when you bind a process to a processor, can other processes use that process or does it have exclusive usage of that proc?

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Feb 5, 2011

My configuration is as Follows:
Intel Pentium Dual core 2.6 Ghz
4 GB DDR2 Apacar 800 Mhz RAM
Gigabyte ATI Radeon 5450 HD GPU

I'm using Fedora 14 KDE but on startup it uses 40% of my processor. I'm using the proprietary 10.12 AMD ATI Linux Driver. I'm only using blur and woobly windows effect and I'm using OpenGL. Kubuntu/Suse never gave me this trouble. Even GNOME doesn't only KDE and fedora 14 is troubling me.

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Jun 16, 2010

How do I get arch/processor type at a particular root? On Solaris, I can get it by running
"pkgparam -R "$alt_root" SUNWcsu" (SUNWcsr)
Wonder if something similar for Linux exists? I know that 'uname -p' works for the current system, but I am looking to find arch for a system mounted at some root.

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Fedora :: Unrecoverable Processor Error Has Been Encountered

Jul 14, 2010

I installed Fedora 12 at school on my external hard drive, using Windows Virtual PC 2007 to run Fedora at school on a dell PC with XP 2000, which works at school!However at home, i am using Windows 2007 os, I install Windows Virtual PC 2007, wasn't successful in running Fedora 12.As soon as Fedora begin to boot, an error message appeared which said,"An unrecoverable processor error has been encountered.The virtual machine will reset now".below the message it gives you only option to reset the virtual machine, however this is a vicious cycle

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Aug 13, 2010

I am running Ferdora 12 (constantine) 64 with Intel Xeon 3.2GHz processor + 12GB Ram. I am running this machine specifically for number chunching applications but it isnt running as fast as i thought it would! Are there any tips to optimizing the speed of processors in fedora?

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Apr 5, 2010

iam having fedora 10 core so w to build toolchain for arm processor or systametic steps for building toolchain of arm processor on fedora 10 core.

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Nov 3, 2009

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Mar 6, 2010

I wanted to try Fedora 12 Live/KDE on a newly-bought Fujitsu Esprimo P1500. Booting with no kernel options would just freeze the machine. After some random experimentation, I added the option "nolapic" and got a seemingly working machine. However, only seemingly, as it turned out that only one of the processor cores was working (the processor is a "Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E5300").

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Jul 30, 2010

I am attempting to install a custom fedora build but it crashed, I then attempted the standard fedora build (.iso) burned on a CD and I got to the boot window but at some point following the colored lines going across the bottom of the screen it froze. symptom - monitor still on not hibernating, num key works caps lock doesn't , hard drive is spinning and so is CD drive. Has anyone had issue loading this build onto similar hardware?

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Aug 13, 2010

My older motherboard is a MSI K7D Master which had two AMD Athlon 1800 MP's installed. My new motherboard is a HDAMA Rev G which has two AMD Opteron Socket 940 CPUs 2.4Ghz installed. When both chips are installed, Fedora will freeze when putting the system under load (i.e when transferring data). This has now happened to both the motherboards, once I remove the second CPU the system will run perfectly.

I think it may be a kernal problem as this also happens on other linux distributions. I have posted here for several reasons, a) to allow any other person searching for a fix a solution (all be it not a good solution), b) to request help on fixing this issue or request to who and where I should report this bug, c) to see if any other users are having the same issues. I should add that I once had the MSI mobo used in conjuntion with Windows Home Server which never had a problem when both chips were installed.

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Dec 7, 2010

Why can't I find a HCL?

Does Fedora 14 support ASUS P5KPL SE motherboard?

What is the best board to use with Fedora and a INTEL PENTIUM D E5500 processor?

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Jan 28, 2010

I been havin a problem whit the installation of fedora 12 on virtual pc, gives me the error:

"An unrecoverable processor error has been encountered.The virtual machine will reset now."

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Apr 5, 2010

I have really never thought of this question before up until i was asked by my friend what does it mean for a processor to be 64 bit as opposed to 32 bit? how is it better? sadly for me i wasn't able to answer it. i did a little of googling (i must admit i didn't have much time) and wasn't able to find an answer. What does it mean for a processor to be n-bit, where n = {4, 8, 16, 32, 64}. Aside from knowing that I can operate on larger data values on a 64 bit processor rather than on a 32 bit one, I know nothing more.

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Dec 13, 2010

Is it possible to convert/recompile an already compiled x86 binary into an ARM binary?I'm using a BeagleBoard with a command-line Ubuntu (Maverick) and want to run a Ventrilo server but the x86 executable they supply cannot be run on the hardware as far as I can tell (most likely due to differing architecture).Unfortunately I don't have access to the source to allow me to recompile it natively.

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Jan 14, 2010

JIt was easy to check in Windows, but I just wanted to know if there's a way to check if Ubuntu is utilizing both cores of my processor (Pentium Core 2 Duo).

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Mar 3, 2011

I'm working on this Intel Celeron HP33w Pavillion with 512mb ram and a 180 gb hard drive. Installed xp on it, partitioned half the drive and left the other half blank. xp installed no prob, then installed ubuntu on the second partition letting ubuntu create the partition and swap space (which was 3 gigs) and it installed fine (aside from being incredibly slow to go through the actual install process). Once finally booted into ubuntu with no other programs running aside from the standard ones that start with ubuntu, i added the system monitor to the panel and expanded all the other monitors. Memory was normal, cup average was 100% and cpu usage was 100%. Figured something went wrong with the install so I reinstalled and got the same result. Window xp runs just as fast as it should with 512mb of ram so I'm sort of at a loss as to why ubuntu is eating up all my memory with no programs running.

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Jan 13, 2010

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Oct 9, 2010

i got a beagleboard which has an ARM processor. rather the compiling my programs from the beagleboard itself, i'd like to use my beefy AMD64 desktop to plow through to do a cross compile, or at least set gcc up so that i can do a cross compile. i'm running Ubuntu 10.04 with gcc 4.4.3 when i run: gcc -b arm to tell gcc to compile for arm, it says: gcc: error trying to exec 'arm-gcc-4.4.3': execvp: No such file or directory

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General :: Processor Selection For Box

Mar 3, 2010

I am going to order the parts and build a new PC soon. One goal I have on my new machine will be to use Windows as little as possible and use Linux. In Linux I will need to use an emulator/virtual machine of some sort for things like playing World of Warcraft or City of Heroes and running Photoshop. (No, Gimp is not just as good for my needs). I plan to have 4Gb, to start, of ram and my question comes to one of processor selection. I assume that running a Windows app in Linux would be one of the most system taxing things I could do. Would I be better served by more processor cores or a higher clock speed for these tasks? I will undoubtedly have an AMD proc. I have been considering the following.

Athlon II X3 440 3.0 Ghz.
Phenom II X3 720 Black Edition 2.8 Ghz
Phenom II X2 555 Black Edition 3.2 Ghz
Athlon II X4 630 2.8 Ghz
AMD Phenom II X2 545 3.0 Ghz

I am leaning towards the X3 440 (or 435) for the sake of cost so that I can squeeze a discreet video card into my budget but that it outside the scope of my question. Extra info just in case The Black Editions are very over-clockable with unlocked CPU multipliers. The Phenom II CPUs have 6Mb of L3 cache and the Phenom II CPUs do not. The question boils down to how well Linux and Wine are multi-threaded to make use of all available cores and what impact, if any, L3 cache has in a Linux environment.

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Jan 28, 2011

I was wondering if I would be if i able to use x86 linux distros with my 64 bit processor, or do I have to use the 64 bit version?

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Jan 11, 2010

I've got a few simple questions that have been bugging me for days:

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Is it true that EVERY core 2 duo processor is both 32 and 64 bit?

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May 16, 2011

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Jul 21, 2010

I have an old system, and want to upgrade the MOBO and processor. I am running Ubuntu 10.04 32bit...If I upgrade the MOBO and CPU to a 64 bit system....what will happen?

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Ubuntu :: Use A Processor For A Specific Program?

Aug 27, 2010

Can I set up my system to use a specific processor to do one task, and another processor for normal applications.

Say for example, I'm using a program that relies heavily on your processor, I have a dual core, so I can use one core for that, and another for normal applications.

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Oct 20, 2010

I have a Dell Latitude D630 with Nvidia graphics, Dual-Core, 4GB of RAM. I am using Ubuntu 10.10 64bit . The Nvida driver version is 260.19.06.Whenever I walk away from the computer and it prompts for a password to log back in, it is SLOW. It continues to run slowly until I reboot. The fans are running and system monitor shows that Compiz is eating up a LOT of processor time. After a reboot, all is normal. I need a solution that involves as much automation as possible, I want to try to deploy several identical machines in an environment and I can't with this issue still presenting.

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Dec 3, 2010

I upgraded my processor two days ago(p4 -> C2D), and ever since then I have been getting segfaults, which are causing my programs to crash randomly. At first I thought it was isolated to one program(deluge), but after searching around I was looking at the /var/log/messages and found a bunch of segfault messages after I installaed the processor. Here is the grep from the messages file:

Nov 29 12:35:03 Thor kernel: [66065.114231] npviewer.bin[14952]: segfault at 0 ip 00000000f6232ed1 sp 00000000ffe9e6d0 error 4 in[f5e93000+b2e000]
Nov 29 12:41:23 Thor kernel: [66445.260799] npviewer.bin[15324]: segfault at 418 ip 00000000f60ddc86 sp 00000000ffb4b928 error 6 in[f5e8e000+b2e000]


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Dec 31, 2010

Basic Info: Ubuntu 10.10, AMD RM-70 2GHZ Processor, HP G60-120US, Bios F54. I'm unable to scale my processor (either core) using the applet in the menu bar. Every time I try, I select 2GHZ, and re-open; then it's displayed that 500MHZ was selected. I'm unable to pick any speed, the computer has a mind of it's own in that sense. It's essentially stuck at 500MHZ for 98% of the uptime, which makes it impossible to do anything more than web browsing. Ex: I tried watching an HD video, I watched 5 min, and 1,400 out of the 10,000 or so were dropped!

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