I am trying to install 11.2 on a Dell Poweredge 2550 - two processors,all scsi, raid disabled, ATI grahpics. Fails at "failure to mount clich file system" - reboot. Appreciate the help. thanks
on 12/19/2009 – Made popular on 12/19/2009
I'm not new to CentOS, but encountered a problem while trying to install onto a Dell PowerEdge 1850.System config is 2x3,4Ghz Xeon 1mb L2 Cache, 6GB ECC DDR2, 1X73GB 15k rpm IBM SCSI Dri... [by wizzie]
I am working on decommissioning an old server for a client. The server is an older Dell PowerEdge 1600sc with four SCSI drives. Two are stand-alone, and the other two are in RAIDx (not sure the actual RAID id). It does not have an integrated RAID controller (nothing under integrated devices in the BIOS related to RAID), the client has a PowerEdge Expandable RAID controller PCI card for that.
Synopsis:Installing openSUSE 13.1 on computer with a PERC raid controller fails at firstboot.
Workaround provided in this thread.
Bug was reported 2013-12-05 but they don't seem to bother with handling a critical bug?
I wanted to install openSUSE 13.1 with LXDE desktop on both a DELL PowerEdge 1800 tower server and a DELL PowerEdge 2850 blade server.
It has two CPU's 3.20 ghz / 800 mhz / 1MB L2
5120 MB RAM
6 hard disks on HP Smart Array 6i controller (36.4 GB Ultra320 SCSI HD each)
RAID set to RAID 5 (5 discs) with one spare (6th disk)
USB, 2 Ethernet ports, 1 ILO port, 1 SCSI port
1.) Does this server come default with built in wireless access?
My problem was that when I tried booting Ubuntu 14.04 from a USB stick, I got (via pressing ESC) several messages like "grep: /root/cdrom/preseed/ubuntu.seed: No such file or directory" and the boot fails.