I have manged to get Ubuntu 8. Without a stable network connection, to build and replace the module I had to get the latest NIC driver from Realtek, put it on a CD using a different machine and copy it to the new machine. I would NOT recommend it, and trust my word. The change is not persistent for me, that’s why I’m in research mode. No matter what I do i wind up with initramfs prompt.
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Downloads for Intel® Desktop Board D510MO
Anyway, I updated the bios and still no luck on my Debian Lenny system but it runs fine on my Kubuntu 9. That’s fine, I won’t use it for gaming, much video editing, etc.
Installed fine and everything seems to work. It seems that my DMO started working after i installed bios update January 30th, 8.
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It also has 4 processors at 1.
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This content has been marked as final. If so are there any latency figures for it? Hopefully they will add support later.
Downloads for Intel® Desktop Board DMO
Has anyone gotten this board to work? Although I’ve used Linux on servers for years, I’m very nearly a Linux desktop newbie and am not currently in the mood to fight driver wars and such.
I will try to keep this group informed as I go along because the card does seem like a natural for the CNC application. I have not been able to get to a point where I can test the latency though.
Intel got an own 64 arch, called IA, however that is a different story those are high-end servers. I have tried live CD on a number of laptops and found not suprisingly that the latency is a problem.
Have not figured out how to blacklist the old module. Index Recent Topics Search www. Do most mainstream apps now play nicely with bit Linux? I’ve been using both since the very first alpha and I’m quite an old Linux user. Only the following apps are 32bits all runs with 32bit cross libs 64bit were always “ready” on Linux. Powered by Kunena Forum.
Well I have the system together and was able to get windows 7 running on it. Crowder Jun 3 ’10 at That seemed to get me at least into Ubuntu. Join Date Nov Beans January 21st, 3.
I’ve tried 2 riser cards with two slots passive. Seriously, 32bit plugin provides much better speed, stability.
Just generally, would you recommend one or the other?