I'm currently running a Gigabyte K8N-Pro motherboard w/AMD64. If someone
were to order the SuSE 9.1 Professional for AMD-64 distro, would it include
enough "driver sense" during the install to recognize the following
* SATA RAID using the Sil3512 chipset
* IDE RAID using the GigaRAID IT8212
Lastly, if the drivers are included and they do load/work during a
bare-metal install, are they still purely experimental at this point?
It's just I didn't quite yet want to be on the absolute "bleeding" edge,
since my earlier 9.0 Pro install media can't recognize SATA, and I haven't
downloaded any subsequent .iso install images that may work.
i have a problem with Suse 9.0 64Bit Version and my Sapphire Radeon 9600xt
First of all, this are my system components:
Asus K8V Deluxe Motherboard
Sapphire Radeon 9600xt
Wester Digital SATA Hard Disk connected wiht onboard Promise controller
and other non exotic hardware
My problem is this:
I get no 3D-Hardware acceleration.
I've tried the Suse fglrx drivers and the one from ati wiht no success.
There is allways the same error during the installation of the
Seem like a conflict between 32bit and 64bit libraries (elf32... elf64).
Do anybody have an solution, cause it seems like i get no support from suse
although i've paid for the software.
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We have SUSE 9.0 AMD64 with 2 Opteron 2GHz CPU. Our application has so many I/O disk operations
and should work with filesize up to 10-15GB.
For this moment, we use ReiserFS but we cant know if this is optimized filesystem or not.
Anyone has some experiences about this ?
Thank you in advance,
Quy NGUYEN DAI
I've just installed Octave from SuSE RPMs, and tried to use it.
I get the following error message:
octave: error while loading shared libraries: liboctinterp.so: cannot open
shared object file: No such file or directory
leopardi@linfinit:~> rpm -q octave
leopardi@linfinit:~> ls /usr/lib64/octave-2.1.49/
libcruft.a liboctave.a liboctinterp.a
libcruft.so liboctave.so liboctinterp.so
libcruft.so.2.1.49 liboctave.so.2.1.49 liboctinterp.so.2.1.49
Should Octave work? If so, how do I set it up?
Hi openSSI devels and SuSE-AMD64 list,
after successes with OpenSSI at RedHat9 (ia32)
i've tried SuSE9, and what is even worse,
i have tried SuSE9-AMD64 :)
"./install" exits with
"Can't find grubby" message at line 29 of install script
while trying to probe the bootloader.
For some reasons SuSE9-AMD64 uses mkinitrd-1.0-64
and not the mkinitrd-3.5.*
So, the grubby is not found there.
Any comments? (especially from SuSE-AMD64 list)