How do I find my CPU socket type from my motherboard in Ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 9, 2010
I might upgrade my CPU and would like to know what my socket type is, thanks.
SuperMicro X7DALE Motherboard, want Ubuntu on it
location: linux.com - date: February 18, 2013
Hello future friends!
I plan on sticking around on this site for a very long time.
I recently encountered Linux Ubuntu and I am in love! I also love how much helpful information there is out there, and how helpful the community is out there as well!
Now here's the problem: I format a partition using Ubuntu, I install Ubuntu onto that partition, Ubuntu tells me that it's been successfully installed. However, when I re-boot, it won't boot from HDD.
I've messed around a bunch in the BIOS changing boot order, etc., so we can rule that out.
I'm pretty sure I know what the problem is; there's some Intel 5000x chipset driver update I need in order to boot from a partition on an HDD. Here's how I know this:
The first attempt at installing Ubuntu did what I said earlier; said installation was successful, so I take out the CD, I re-boot the system, and I get the message "No Operating System Found."
I talked to someone who knows computers better than most anyone on the planet (...his fi
I have a server motherboard, should I install x64 Ubuntu 13.x Server or Desktop.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 8, 2013
I have a Super Micro H8QM8E server motherboard with 4x AMD Opteron 8423's @ 2.0Ghz, 16Gig's of ram and have the option of running PATA or SATA drives. I only want to get it setup so that I can run folding at home. During installation of Ubuntu 11,12,and 13 Desktop distro's, my only option is to install to an IDE hard drive. I have a SATA drive installed,working, and is seen under Windows Server 2008 R2. I was able to install Ubuntu 13.04 onto an old 20Giger that I had laying around. Even after the installation, it still would not see the sata drive?? The chipset is based off the NForce 570 Multimedia Communications Processer but is called a NVidia 3600 Professional MCP when used on a server motherboard. Super Micro does not have Ubuntu drivers for the motherboard. Should I install Ubuntu 13.x server version and hope that it has the required drivers or is the server and desktop the same?????
Also the 20-giger died after a few hours, so it will be a full install again.
Any Help Is Ap
Torrent Plants vs. Zombies archive type not supported after installing unrar
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 4, 2009
Could not open "PLvsZOD_KTB.7z"
Archive type not supported.
This is the new message. I have downloaded unrar but once I tried to open this it came up with this message.
Plants vs Zombies.rar archive type not supported
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 4, 2009
Does anyone know a correction to this? I am trying to download the game through Deluge and when I go to open the file .rar it comes up as "archive type not supported." If anyone knows a way to get the archive type please let me know. Thanks.
Error opening terminal: xterm Terminal type "xterm" unknown
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 9, 2009
I'm getting error messages as above, but there are other symptoms. I think trying to install OpenEmm caused the problem though I can't be absolutey certain of this.
I get the two error messages as above logged in as a user trying to run either pine or lynx, but I don't get the same messages running the same apps under root. Fluxbox also seems to run OK under root, but I can't get it to run under a user.
When I log in under kdm (?), as a user trying to run fluxbox, I get the kdm background and after a few seconds an xterm open up, but I have no menus, the only input is via the xterm. If I log in as root, fluxbox works OK.
I'm sure there are other symptoms as well, but this is as much as I've researched so far. I may be wrong, but it appears to be something to do with ncurses. I'm no newbie, but I'm a little out of my depth here and any help would be much appreciated.
Would a sensible step be to reinstall slack over the current installation, or do I need to reinstall a
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sda1
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 14, 2011
I'm a novice Linux guy with a big problem. I've been using a second hard drive in a Dell Latitude system running Ubuntu Natty (11.04) as my primary OS. On the second Hard Drive formatted as ext4, I hold all of the disk images needed by VirtualBox to run the various VMs that i use daily.
I recently got a new Windows 7 64-bit machine and wanted to use the VMs on that system. I installed the drive as a second HD in my windows system, and when it didn't recognize the drive, I went to the Disk Management App and chose to bring the drive "online". This allowed windows to see the drive, but not access it. Thinking I might be screwed, I installed the drive back into my ubuntu system so that I could move all the files off it, format the disk for windows, and then move them back.
When I try to mount the drive in ubuntu I get the subject error message. Am I screwed? I really need the data on that drive!!
Quest/Adventure type of games?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 21, 2010
Are there any Quest/Adventure type of games for Linux/Ubuntu?
'Brain Age' type games for linux
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 17, 2007
Is there anything like this? I was thinking about creating something like it, but I can only come with ideas for games/interface/controls, I'd have no idea where to start with programming it.
Bridge builder type game
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 24, 2007
are there any bridge builder type games in the repos?
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