I have been running ESXi 4.1 fine on a Intel atom D510MO. I then took out the old usb stick and added a new one to install a fresh copy of ESXi 5. When it is done installing it resets and says "Could not find a bootable device" I double checked everything and it should boot from the usb just like 4.1 did. So I cleaned the usb using diskpart and put the usb back in and installed 4.1 onto it.
I am configuring an custom built server with Intel Server Board 1200v3RPS. I have installed Ubuntu 12.04 Desktop amd64 as the OS. Issue that I am facing in this is, On-board Network has not been installed by default.
I did a quick search and found that not many people have installed Ubuntu on this Intel board.
Intel website gives drivers for Redhat & SUSE only.
I need an idiots guide to installing Xen Hypervisor on CentOS 5.9
We attempted to install it on 6.3 before, but completely failed, so we reverted to 5.9 to see if we had more luck. We had issues trying to find the right kernel download etc and RPM's weren't working correctly, and it was just a mess in general.
New on this board, looking for answers to an install problem. I have looked and cannot find any information on this problem.
I am trying to do an install on a new computer build with a new disk containing Windows 8. I entered product key, process starts, asks what drive to put the OS on and I choose the only drive an Intel 330 180GB SSD .
I have a problem with installing yum in CentOS (version 5.3, 64bits). My CentOS not yet install yum, so i can't install other package that I need. I found out one article that show how to install yum on CentOS (both 32bits and 64bits), but it doesn't work for me.
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've been grumbling and grumbling about Intel's lack of support for drivers in the Atom board space, so I ended up finding a way and made my own and slipped it into an Intel installer from another GMA driver installer, luckily it worked flawlessly.
I've been through tons of Forums reading about lack of x64 GMA Drivers for all the old NM10 chipsets and it really made me frown, so I've exceptiona