more on x86_64
jpearl24 at cox.net
Mon Dec 22 07:50:04 UTC 2003
On Mon, 2003-12-22 at 00:14, Gene C. wrote:
> On Sunday 21 December 2003 17:59, jpearl24 wrote:
> > On Sun, 2003-12-21 at 07:20, Gene C. wrote:
> > > OK, I need to make x86_64 cdroms (I believe that my Linksys (tulip) NIC
> > > is not recognized in 64 bit mode). I read the x86_64 FC1 faq and it says
> > > I should run /usr/lib/anaconda-runtime/splittree ... OK, but how? Can
> > > enyone provide a few more hints as to how to do this? I can see that I
> > > need to run pkgorder but have no clue as to what it expects?
> > >
> > > I am not well versed in python and don't want to spend the time to learn
> > > it just so I can get the tree split and cdroms built.
> > >
> > > If it comes down to it I suppose I can manually split the tree but I am
> > > hoping there is a quicker way.
> > how did u get fedora installed in the first place?/? http? ftp?
> > or did u use a dvd . i tried making a dvd but when it goes to look for a
> > source of the rpms it says i have the wrong cd..
> At this point I had not gotten 64 bit FC to install ... only 32 bit and
ok i finally made it through the http install of fc1 64 bit.. realtek
card works too...mozilla opens and then closes. ok ummm i had the
realtek card installed and i made a boot cd from the boot.iso file at
http://fedora.linux.duke.edu/fc1_x86_64/Fedora/ then when it asks where
i want the files from i chose http then it automatically found my card.
then i put fedora.linux.duke.edu on the first line and directory i put
fc1_x86_64/Fedora and the install went smoothly from there.. i did have
to tell it that i had a dell monitor for some reason.
jason pearl <jpearl24 at cox.net>
"Keep your friends close and your enemies closer"-Tupac
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MDK 9.2 Linux http://counter.li.org
AMD64 Opteron 1.6
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