Hardware=Dell R620CentOS version = 5.8I am having problems with Dell R620 and using the centos 5.8 i386 netinstall iso. I am using dhcp on eth0 which loads the tg3 driver that is ... [by bthorpe76]
on 11/02/2012 – Made popular on 11/02/2012
I downloaded the netinstall iso, burned it to disk, and tried to install on my old Dell PowerEdge 2900 (Intel Xeon / 8Gb ram). Machine is connected to a KVM. The Centos 6 netinstall iso worked flawlessly on this exact configuration two days ago.
The first thing anaconda does after verifying the media is complain that "pane is dead" in the lower left corner.
The other day I burnt a copy of a CentOS 6.4 64 bit netinstall disc,
verified the disc which passed & about a third of the way through the
install it informed me that there was no CD in the drive & refused to
So I burnt another & the same thing happened.
I'm running XenServer on an Dell R610 and am running into a catch-22. During install from DVD, CentOS can't find the DVD package catalogue. It's a reported error for some, XenServer + CentOS6 + DVD install in some hardware configurations = failed install. Yes, I checked the MD5 and let the disc test pass.
I've been a long time Debian user but now I'm working with Red Hat and I'm a bit lost. I just installed a fresh install of CentOS 5.5 on a new Dell server. Dell provides a current Red Hat 5.5 driver for mpt2sas. How do I install this driver?
Hey all, I've had problems installing CentOS in the past so I pretty much gave up on it. I've heard some good things about it lately so I thought I'd give it another shot but I'm having the same problem now that I've always had -- I can't get it to install. I've tried three different ISOs: 6.5 full, 6.5 netinstall and 6.2 netinstall.
I have 3 servers with me: Dell R810, R820 and R620
If I boot up above 3 servers with CentOS 6.3 64-bit Live CD, all of them pickup the IP address and are on the network
But When I boot up these 3 servers with Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit, then only R810 picks up the Ip address while other do not, even through ubuntu is able to detect all the 4 Ethernet adapters on R620 as well as on R820.