Edubuntu pae error vs edubuntu 10.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 17, 2013
Where can I find Edubuntu 10.10?
Against the pae error to install edubuntu 12.04 it is suggested to install edubuntu 10.10.
Where is the edubuntu 10.10 download available.
it is not on http://edubuntu.org/download or on http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/releases/edubuntu/
Installation failure: boot error: pae cx8
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 17, 2012
I want to install Mythbuntu on a system with a Via mainboard but the boot even fails, when booting the error meesage says
This kernel requires pae cx8, please use a kernel appropriate for your CPU.
Where can I find the right kernel ? I downloaded the most recent installation ISO.
Thanks in advance, posted this in wrong section first
Kernel requires pae, unable to boot now what?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 16, 2012
If you're reading this you probably tried to run a 12.04 live session or install 12.04 and were presented with this warning, "This kernel requires the following features not present on the CPU: pae. Unable to boot - please use a kernel appropriate for you CPU."
So what's up and what are your options?
In November 2011 the kernel devs seemed to have doomed the non-pae kernel but in December 2011 things began to look up, however when Precise Beta 1 was released the only real options to install a non-pae kernel were to upgrade from either Lucid or Oneiric or to use the netboot non-pae mini.iso.
But after some complaining on my part and requests from Xubuntu and Lubuntu the options have improved somewhat. Both the Xubuntu and Lubuntu 12.04 images now use the non-pae kernel by default. You should however consider that Lubuntu 12.04 is only supported for 18 months, and Xubuntu 12.04 is supported for 3 years, whereas Ubuntu 12.04 LTS itself is supported for 5 years.
Why the pae kernel
- date: February 3, 2012
Update: Please read this:
The Ubuntu Technical Board weighed the pros and cons of non-PAE support and came to a decision. The board has decided they will support the non-PAE kernel option until the Ubuntu 12.10 release, so there will still be support in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. The default i386 kernel in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS will become the PAE-enabled kernel, but the non-PAE flavor will be available.
Below are the details in full from the non-PAE discussion.
Non-PAE kernel disposition
* Kernel team would like to drop non-PAE kernel soon
* TB members generally feel that (1) dropping the current default kernel is too much of a step, and (2) there is still a significant number of users which have non-PAE systems, based on Launchpad bug report data and an [email protected]
* Maintaining the extra flavour is not much extra work, and not comparable to e. g. the -ti-omap4 kernel which is an entire
Making Buntu >= 12.10 work on a Pentium MCPU without PAE.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 8, 2013
For example a ThinkPad t40 or other models from that era with this Pentium-M CPU?
ONLY if you can afford to make it unbootable (and know how to restore it back to a working Precise) please tell me if this works:
0) (X|L|U)buntu precise is installed and running
1) download this http://paste.ubuntu.com/1622104/
Edit: improved version: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1629628/
Edit2: I have made a deb package, see post #12: http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php...9&postcount=12
2) make it executable and execute it as root (sudo)
3) cat /proc/cpuinfo and verify that it now contains the pae flag.
4) sudo update-manager
5) upgrade the entire system to 12.10
6.) Did it install the 3.5 kernel without errors, does it still boot (with that kernel), are there any broken/unconfigured packages regarding the kernel?
ubuntu 11 with PAE enabled
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 6, 2011
I am very new to ubuntu, I hope this is the correct place for me to post this question.
I just installed ubuntu 11.04 from the ISO downloaded and i installed PAE. but my memory is still 3.2gb. I have 5 gb and my system information in my bios indicated 5 gb.
may i know how can I check what is wrong?
My PC is pentium 4 ht.
Please help. thanks in advance.
what is a PAE kernal and how do I get one?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 2, 2012
What is a PAE kernal and how do I get one? I am attempting to load Ubuntu on a Dell lattitude d600 and get the message:This kernel requires the following features not present on the CPU: pae
unable to boot - please use a kernal appropriate for your CPU.
The CPU is a Pentium M 1.40 GHz/600 MHz.
2.6.36 kernel for maverick with PAE
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 8, 2010
How can I find 2.6.36 kernel for maverick with PAE support?
Why does Ubuntu 8.04 only see 3.5GB instead of 4GB? Yes, PAE is enabled
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 26, 2008
When I was using CentOS 5.1 x86, it had no problems seeing all 4GB of memory. With the new Ubuntu 8.04 x86, it only shows 3.5GB free. I loaded the /boot/config-`uname` in menuconfig and the default configuration shows that 4GB memory support is enabled, along with PAE. So what gives? Why only 3.5GB?
Downsides of PAE to support 8GB RAM
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 1, 2012
I'm planning on upgrading my home server to 8GB of RAM from the current 2GB that is in there. Unfortunately the machine is running a 32-bit version of 11.10.
My question is this: am I OK just enabling APE, or do I really need to format and install a 64-bit release?
I'm loathe to format as I've used the machine as a learning tool, and thus has various things installed such as LAMP, support for an Apple Time Machine backup system and the like. I really don't want to have to start afresh.
Any thoughts on the best course of action or, even better, a good way of doing the reformat/install without having to start afresh?