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Q: Motherboard with Ubuntu/Linux support

I built this system in March and windoze vista home Ubuntu/Linux Motherboard with support premium This Motherboard with Ubuntu/Linux support particular edition of vista was a nightmare from day one and I eventually found a work-a-round to get Ubuntu installed NO Linux support from the MB manufacturer days after getting it to a dual boot system vista stopped recognizing the mouse and keyboard So I have a MOBO that doesn t like Ubuntu and is a nightmare to try to fond workarounds for Here is what I have to work with XFX nForce a SLI Motherboard - NVIDIA a Motherboard with Ubuntu/Linux support SLI Socket AM AM ATX Audio Video HDMI DVI PCI Express Gigabit LAN S PDIF USB eSATA RAID AMD Phenom Processor HD WCGDBOX - GHz x KB Cache MHz MT s FSB Agena Quad-Core Retail Socket AM Processor with Fan Kingston PC MHz GB DDR Desktop Memory - x MB Motherboard with Ubuntu/Linux support Pin OCZ SLI-Ready Dual Channel MB PC DDR MHz Memory x MB XFX GeForce GSO Fatal ty Edition Video Card - MB DDR PCI Express Dual Link DVI SLI Ready Seagate GB Serial ATA HD MB SATA- G And the full sized ATX tower w watt PS Which Motherboards would be the best to work with that HAS Linux SUPPORT Thanks for all the help over the years guys I truly do appreciate it Drew nbsp

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A: Motherboard with Ubuntu/Linux support

Is there a specific component on that motherboard that you're having problems with? I can't imagine that the motherboard is not "compatible" with linux - in fact, I've found threads with people using Ubuntu with that mobo. I also find it odd that you'd have a Windows Vista issue with that mobo since most of the users I see online who use it are running Vista or 7 64-bit. Perhaps you have a faulty motherboard and it's not a problem with the model itself.

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/motherboard-with-ubuntu-linux-support.149672/
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A:switching from ubuntu to xp [from Linux Support]

Hi,

Welcome to TSF!!

This sounds like you are having problems installing Windows, I will move this to the windows vista forum as that is what you have listed as an OS. Hope you are able to get this figured out. I am sure the wonderful people in the window forum will be able to help you out.

Cheers!

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/switching-from-ubuntu-to-xp-from-linux-support-490178.html
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STOP:c000021A {Fatal System

Error} The Session Manager Initialization System terminated unexpectedly with
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A:Linux-Ubuntu 9.04

Is it wireless or wired?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/linux-ubuntu-9-04.872573/
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A:windows 7 and linux ubuntu

I tried
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-7-and-linux-ubuntu.882750/
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A:LiVES on Linux (Ubuntu)

ieee1394 = Firewire so the error message is about missing the software to recognize the firewire connection.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/lives-on-linux-ubuntu.640766/
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http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/ubuntu-linux-10-04-is-coming-out.146485/
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A:Win 7/Win XP/Ubuntu Linux Tri-boot

Tom, I think the answer to your question is on the first sentence of the Tutorial how to load the SATA drivers: "When you install Win XP, setup can not find your Hard Drive."

So, if setup can find your HD, you should be good to go.

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Regarding the floppy disk thing, from what I know it is XP's idiosyncrasy, it doesn't allow drivers to be loaded with USB drives. It is from a time there were no USB drives...

http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/91800-win-7-win-xp-ubuntu-linux-tri-boot.html
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well, are you trying to share the printer FROM a PC (which one if so), or is the printer by its self and connected to the wireless?

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/how-to-share-files-between-mac-win-7-and-ubuntu-linux-491531.html
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A:[How To] add Kali Linux repositories in Ubuntu

I saw that a while ago on HF. I thought it was interesting, then one of my friend told me to not do that as I could "break my system". Apparently, doing that would basically apply Kernel patches for one Kernel to another and it could lead to system instability.

What would you recommend ?

He linked me this also :

https://superuser.com/questions/693214/how-add-ubuntu-repository-to-source-list-in-kali
 

https://malwaretips.com/threads/how-to-add-kali-linux-repositories-in-ubuntu.31312/
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A:Can't connect to the internet with Linux Ubuntu :O

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I've always liked Suse.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/which-linux-distro-should-i-get-in-place-of-ubuntu.85886/
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Cyril

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A:Problem with Audacity in Ubuntu Linux

scharfshutze009 said:





I installed Audacity in Ubuntu Linux 14.4.3, but it won't start no matter what I try. Apparently there was a menu that popped up the first time it's ran asking you something that may have been important, but I closed it thinking it wasn't important and now it refuses to start. I've tried repairing the installation by using the command sudo apt-get -f install audacity or sudo apt-get --fix-broken install audacity, but that didn't help. Then, I tried sudo apt-get remove audacity and then reinstalling it with sudo apt-get install audacity, but it didn't fix the problem and it still does the same thing when attempting to run it. Can anyone help resolve this problem.Click to expand...

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https://hardforum.com/threads/problem-with-audacity-in-ubuntu-linux.1904966/
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A:Deleting Ubuntu Linux Partitions?

Use a program called GParted or a modified veion called Parted Magic

GParted
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http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/46399-deleting-ubuntu-linux-partitions.html
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A:How can I Recover the 20gb that i allocated for ubuntu linux

  
Quote: Originally Posted by sampath special


Hello..I used to have a windows 7 os in my desktop..then i kept ubuntu linux in dual boot mode by providing 20gb space of E drive..BUt for few days i have problems with windows7 showing a black screen after logging in..so I formatted my desktop with windows7cd..Now i have windows7 working well..But ubuntu linux is lost and 20gb that i have allocated before for ubuntu is not recovered..Please help me to recover that 20gb of my Edrive...


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http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/293558-how-can-i-recover-20gb-i-allocated-ubuntu-linux.html
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I have a dell inspiron n4050 - i3 with os linux ubuntu.

I want to change the OS and install windows 7 on it , and i have did the correct steps for formating the HD.

I had deleted all partitions and split the HD for two partitions and start installing the windows on the c: drive ,after that windows finished installing and system restarted i got a blue screen with error saying to upgrade the BIOS ..

Now the laptop is without any OS and the windows is not running.

Can any one helps with this issue and tell me how can i fix it !

THANKS.

A:DELL inspiron N4050 with os linux ubuntu

Hi,

What is the date of your current BIOS?

Regards,
Golden

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A:Interesting Linux War (Ubuntu Family based)

latest stable release of Netrunner is Netrunner 17 it based on Kubuntu 15.10.
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[email protected]:~$ sudo mount /media/cdrom
Password:
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[email protected]:~$

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#
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It's alright. I'm sure even the smartest techie would be confused

Well, you may want to try using a Linux-compatible ethernet card, as your card may not be compatible.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/how-do-i-get-ubuntu-to-recognize-my-ethernet-card-also-other-linux-questions.70330/
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Doesn't the Linux Ubuntu installation routine allow you to delete, recreate and format partitions (like Windows does)?

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/503597/format-mini-hp-110-hd-wwindows-xp-and-install-linux-ubuntu/
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A:Solved: Reinstall Video Driver in Ubuntu Linux?

Drivers should be under Adminstrator menu on the right. With Ubuntu -especially for beginners: http://ubuntuforums.org/search.php the forums are really important and they are very helpful. Video - unless it's an exact for Linux can be difficult, and takes sometime to deal with. Get involved in the forum that has the expertise. They have a lot of info for you.
http://ubuntuforums.org/forumdisplay.php?f=334 This is specific to the needs you have here. Jazz
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-reinstall-video-driver-in-ubuntu-linux.806938/
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A:Windows XP boot failure after Ubuntu linux installation

No.

Media Center (MCE) is a variation of XP Pro.

I'm not even sure that you could use an XP Pro version to "recover" an XP MCE system, since I thought that all those systems utilize recovery partitions/CDs which have been prepared by the manufacturer of the system.

These recovery/restore CDs/partitions...are not the same as an XP install CD, since they contain programs, drivers, and other modifications which might have been put in by the manufacturer.

I could be wrong.

Louis

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/258682/windows-xp-boot-failure-after-ubuntu-linux-installation/
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A:new blueray player now vista wont boot, but ubuntu linux does

nevermind
i pulled power to sata bluray player booted to windows
shutdown computer
cleaned computer {air}
hooked power back to bluray player
and now it works
i think vista had to boot to a no dvd
to make it see a bluray player

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/510575/new-blueray-player-now-vista-wont-boot-but-ubuntu-linux-does/
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Get the win7 install iso.

Better than the gateway I am sure: Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7

Clean install 7, then you might want to install Mint or Pinguy - try pinguy, you may be surprised.

http://pinguyos.com/

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Thanks.
 

A:Just installed ubuntu Linux; wireless network card not detected...

I had the same problem .. no driver for my CREATIVE USB wireless adapter in uBuntu

We can't blame LinuX but we blame the manufactures of the device.

They don't program a driver for a linux BoX

all what I can advice you is to buy a Wireless to Wired bridge

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google search for it .. and you may post some intersting results here, I am pretty interested!

//AZPC
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/just-installed-ubuntu-linux-wireless-network-card-not-detected.528660/
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A:Booting Error, MBR and Bootrec Related, Uninstalled Ubuntu Linux 11.04

With diskpart make NTFS 350 GB partition active.

Run DVD - 'Automatic Repair'.
The first run should do. If errors do a second run.

Manually you have only to write a Windows 7 MBR and a Partition Boot Record
on your E: drive (NTFS). 'bootsect.exe' can do the manual step.
(check exact syntax for command - system drive is default, specify windows folder as e:\windows)

http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/189272-booting-error-mbr-bootrec-related-uninstalled-ubuntu-linux-11-04-a.html
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Be careful with Fedora 14. You have separate partitions and one thing Fedora does is merge all partitions into one logical volume group. You have a backup
partition which contains drivers for your computer/laptop, ideally I would make a copy of this data before you install.

Is there some reason you prefer Fedora over Ubuntu? Both use Gnome 2.32 as the desktop, with the addition that Ubuntu 11.04 will install Unity desktop as well.

Unfortunately you cant tell much from the windows partition manager as drives are just assigned a letter, and you can only have 4 primary partitions.
Post on the linux forum if youre happy with your windows setup, Wmorri is Fedora Ambassador, but when you do please provide the following information.
Boot with the Ubuntu CD in Live mode (or try before installing). It will pick up your network, open a terminal and post output of:

fdisk -l

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/trouble-installing-fedora-14-and-ubuntu-after-deleting-linux-partition-574642.html
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A:Want to remove Linux from dual boot with XP? Read here. (Ubuntu Wubi)

My XP is PRO version,Click to expand...

And this would be the pirated OS you bragged about?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/want-to-remove-linux-from-dual-boot-with-xp-read-here-ubuntu-wubi.135487/
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I have an HP Compaq BIOS, that's all Everest will tell me.
My motherboard is an HP d530 CMT (DG769A).
 

A:Damn Small Linux CD-ROM boot failes, Ubuntu worked.

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Are you sure you burned the iso image as a CD image and not a file?
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http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/damn-small-linux-cd-rom-boot-failes-ubuntu-worked.92593/
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4G - Swapfile
10G - Windows XP Home (NTFS)
10G - Ubuntu (EXT 3)
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Please would people tell me what they think of my idea and any thoughts they have about it!

Will

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A:Creating duel boot WinXP / Linux (Ubuntu) from scratch?

Have a look here: http://librenix.com/?inode=7876
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/creating-duel-boot-winxp-linux-ubuntu-from-scratch.74612/
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Hello Mika,

Sorry, but the backup image that Vista creates is only of the Vista partition or drive. Ubuntu will not be backed up by Vista.

You should be able to use the free program Macrium Reflect to create a back up image of both partitions though.

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http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/208445-dual-boot-vista-ultimate-x64-linux-ubuntu-x64-backup-image.html
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Best to keep in mind that the BIOS is completely different from ANY operating system. There is no connection between the two things, other than the BIOS handing off control to an OS.

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You can't get into the BIOS from an operating system. You can only shut down and/or restart.
Nothing in the operating system's registry has anything to do with your system's BIOS, other than communicating with it initially.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/351475-cant-enter-bios-when-booting-win7-ubuntu-linux-dual-boot-system.html
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A:Motherboard support CD does not support your operating system

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/motherboard-support-cd-does-not-support-your-operating-system.1115038/
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Well I understand the sentiments of Ubuntu, people must go now to the well reliable computer system in order to attain optimize performance even it is a Linux OS.

But do not expect massive migration since large percentage of users rely on old systems thus many alternative Linux derivatives available within old architecture support.
 

https://malwaretips.com/threads/canonical-survey-to-drop-32-bit-support-ubuntu-18-04-lts-64-bit-only.60991/
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A:Does Linux support NTFS?

It can read NTFS no problem.

It can write to it to, however this is EXTREMELY problematic, and can cause data corruption.

You will have to have NTFS compiled as a kernel module, or into the kernel itself.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/does-linux-support-ntfs.6502/
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A:P50/P70 Official Linux support

!Nice support from Lenovo. there is no any details about that even so much months later

https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-P-and-W-Series-Mobile/P50-P70-Official-Linux-support/td-p/2275132
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 i purchased this laptop 2 days back, and i installed only Ubuntu 16.04 it is working fine. i am facing issues with wifi.. some times it is very solw and some simtes it is not working. and i am not sure, whether i need to install any additional drivers for it.

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...post, but I have a Linux question that goes with it, so I thought I should post over here.


So, the original question was, Is it possible to charge the iPod on a 98se?

Obviously no, but I know the computer is capable of it because Ubuntu and DSL can power the iPod to charge. So I want to know is, what kind of software/drivers do those two distros use that let them send the power out?

Is it a special kind of thing that is for Linux only? Can it be converted to Windows, (Kinda like WINE in reverse).


Any insite would be appreciated!



--Daniel L
 

A:What Type Of USB Support Does Linux Have?

Uhm.. The power is always supplied to all USB devices and you have to turn off the power manually per device or port. It is not a "feature", but an inherent property of USB. Most USB devices wouldn't even work if they didn't get power from the port.

I would guess it's a "feature" of your iPod (needs the computer to tell it to charge itself?) or some serious bug in Windows drivers and/or your ancient hardware. Do the USB ports work with your Windows at all? Have you used a mouse or a flash drive or something?

Maybe get a PCI USB 2.0 controller card? You would get more speed and new drivers. Make sure that Windows 98 is supported by the device!
 

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A:Does “Optiplex 9020” support Linux?

Hi,
Thank you for reaching us .
We ship these OptiPlex 9020 primarily with Windows Operating systems, however we have also tested installing "Ubuntu" which is Linux for home users.
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