"Mikhail Kuzminsky" <kus(a)free.net> writes:
> In message from Andreas Jaeger <aj(a)suse.de> (Tue, 25 Jan 2005 09:01:14
>>I'm not sure whether you have read the following, so I want to
>>announce it now:
>>We have released our FTP installation for both x86-64 (AMD64, EM64T)
>>and x86 - and also an 3.5 GB installable ISO image that supports both
>>x86-64 and x86.
> Sorry, does this iso image correspond to special evaluation version
> or personal version of SuSE Linux? More exactly, the question is about
> differences w/SuSE 9.2 Professional. Is the difference (between this
> iso image and Professional version) only in a set of applications
> binary rpms (sendmail, HPC applications etc) ?
The 3.5 GB ISO contains less than half the packages that the 9.2
Professional DVD contains (which is 8.5 GB). It supports both 32-bit
x86 and 64-bit x86-64 platforms. A major difference to the 9.2 DVD is
that development packages are completely missing.
The ftp installation contains all the packages that are also on the
9.2 Professional DVD,
Andreas Jaeger, aj(a)suse.de, http://www.suse.de/~aj
SUSE Linux Products GmbH, Maxfeldstr. 5, 90409 Nürnberg, Germany
GPG fingerprint = 93A3 365E CE47 B889 DF7F FED1 389A 563C C272 A126
I have a AMD OPTERON 64bit with SUSE LINUX SERVER 9.1.
I tried to compile a software (tomoDD) in fortran with some subroutine
also in C and I obtained this error message
tomoDD.o(.text+0x65e): In function `MAIN__':
: relocation truncated to fit: R_X86_64_PC32 contrl_
tomoDD.o(.text+0x5083): In function `MAIN__':
: additional relocation overflows omitted from the output
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [tomoDD] Error 1
Any help will be greatfully received.
Hi not strictly a suse amd64 question, but i'm hoping someone on this
list will be able to answer.
Is the number of sata devices (and cards) stackable.
I.e I have an onboard controller which supports 2 channel, can I then go
and add another 4 channel sata controller card and use them all at the
same time (i.e the as a striped 0 array onboard, + raid array on the 4
Is there a limit to this setup, can I have say 2 4 port cards with a
total of 10 drives (raided or not).