Is it politycaly correct to ask here if the new "Core 2 Duo" processors will
be suported by SuSE 64bit ?
I planed to build a server with AMD 64 x2 processor and / or Opteron 275 but
the announces of the "Core 2 Duo" chnaged my mind. In any cases, I will keep
SuSE on this new workstation but I need the best processor power.
Any clue ?
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On Monday 19 June 2006 14:11, Michael Steinhauser wrote:
> Andi Kleen schrieb:
> > On Monday 19 June 2006 06:31, Michael Steinhauser wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> does anyone know how I can mount USB-drives in SUSE 10.1 with another
> >> windowmangager than kde/gnome?
> > Either using "halmount" or manually (look in dmesg for device
> > name of USB stick and then mount /dev/device /mountpoint as root)
> > -Andi
> I can not find "halmount" on my system. What I find is these apps:
It's in the ivman package.
I installed Suse 10.1 and I don't get any sound in skype. I get an error
read error, res = -1 , handle = -1
and on the /var/log/messages:
May 22 17:01:50 laptopAir kernel: ALSA sound/core/pcm_lib.c:2534:
capture read error (DMA or IRQ trouble?)
Does somebody have a clue on how to fix this ?
I'm running SuSE 10.1 with the latest updates on Opteron 148, ASUS SK8N with
nForce3 and 2x 512MB Super Talent DDR333 Registered ECC. I'm experiencing
hangups - everything freezes and nothing can be done. I think it may be a
hardware problem, because yesterday there were several thunderstorms, but I'm
not aware where to look and what to look for in order to identify it.
What have I done:
- memtest says nothing for half an hour; may be I should let it work more
- mcelog says nothing;
- /var/log/messages has nothing suspicious;
Any help will be appreciated.
I'am new with Suse but not in Linux. Now
Im dealing with Suse 9.2 x86_64, over dual XEON of 3.0
GHZ. Im not sure if its a distribution rigth, for this
Xeon is x86_64 or IA64 ?
Im having a lot of segfults of different process like:
mysql, http2-fork, sshd, etc.
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The competition should be between the current performance king -the AMD
Opteron- and the new Intel Xeon Woodcrest. Preliminary benchmarks show that
the Woodcrest is faster than an Opteron 285, but we should wait until the
new socket F Opteron shows up in a few weeks. The Intel Core 2 Duo is
aimed to compete with the Athlon series.
-----Jean-Lin Pacherie <pacherie(a)genielog.fr> wrote: -----
To: Hans du Plooy <koffiejunkielistlurker(a)koffiejunkie.za.net>
From: Jean-Lin Pacherie <pacherie(a)genielog.fr>
Date: 06/29/2006 04:22AM
Subject: Re: [suse-amd64] SuSE AMD 64 bit supports Intel "Core 2 Duo" ?
Selon Hans du Plooy <koffiejunkielistlurker(a)koffiejunkie.za.net>:
> On Thu, 2006-06-29 at 09:05 +0200, Michal Schulz wrote:
> > He has asked about Core 2 Duo processors, which will support x86_64
> > EM64T) standard.
> My bad, my apologies. I didn't notice the "2" - didn't even know about
> it. Looks good, but it doesn't look much different from the Core Duo,
> EMT64 and the shared L2 cache aside.
As far as I read on web, the new "Core 2 Duo" introduces tremendous changes
related to performance, heating and price. That's the reasons why I'm still
waiting for the release.
And if the promises and pre-benchmarks were too optimistic, then at least I
benefit from the new prices of the AMD processors :)
I must say that I didn't see any comparison of the new Core 2 Duo with the
Opteron dual core. Only x2 (including the FX-60) where used in the
What I heard about the new AM2 solution from AMD didn't need much attention
far as i understood.
Again, I'm not hardware expert and all I know on the subject is from
around. So I might be wrong.
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I'm recently bought SuSE 10.0 and installed it on a AMD (64 bits Athlon).
And now I can't compile my programs in fortran (with g77 and gcc). I
found out the tricks to make the cc1 library available, i. e. in bash
shell "export GCC_EXEC_PREFIX=/usr/lib64/gcc/x86_64-suse-linux/4.0.2/"
But I still can't compile my program (just in case, the program I'm
trying to compile is DALTON) the error I get now is
cc1: error: too many files names. Write cc1 --help for information about
(the error statement is in spanish and this is my own translation into
My question is this, how can I circumvent/resolve this problem in Suse
10.0 with g77 and gcc?
Please, if this is not the right place to ask these matters point me to
correct mailing list.
Thanks in advance,
Patricio F. Provasi
we have a Suse Linux 9.1 pro server running here. Installed kernel
version is 2.6.5-7.257-smp (x86_64). We allow users to mount Windows
shares by use of smbmount an smbumount. They are part of the package
samba-client-3.0.9-2.6, which is the the version after the online
update. The original version of 9.1 doesn't work too, the same for the
older kernel (I made an online update today from ftp.suse.com). The
problem is that mounted Windows-Shares by use of smbmount can't be
unmounted by use of 'smbumount'. The problem exist for both users and
root. They can be unmounted by 'umount'!
When typing 'mount' the mounted directory is listed correct with type
smbfs. But smbumount complains that the directory is "probably not
smb-filesystem". See below
server3:~ # mount | grep smbfs
//windowsserver/rohdaten on /tmp/smbtest type smbfs (0)
server3:~ # smbumount /tmp/smbtest/
/tmp/smbtest probably not smb-filesystem
Anyone who knows the problem? anything is fine for the 9.2 systems,
where the samba-client is version 3.0.9-2.3
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> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Grahame Kelly [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Envoye : mercredi 28 juin 2006 13:41
> A : Jean-Lin Pacherie
> Objet : Re: [suse-amd64] SuSE AMD 64 bit supports Intel "Core 2 Duo" ?
> On 28/06/2006, at 9:08 PM, Jean-Lin Pacherie wrote:
> > Is it politycaly correct to ask here if the new "Core 2 Duo"
> > processors will
> > be suported by SuSE 64bit ?
> > I planed to build a server with AMD 64 x2 processor and /
> or Opteron
> > 275 but the announces of the "Core 2 Duo" chnaged my mind. In any
> > cases, I will keep SuSE on this new workstation but I need the best
> > processor power.
> > Any clue n
> I have both and I can absolutely say the AMD Opteron
> dual-core beats'
> the Intel dual core - hands down
> Why, because of the 1GHz communications hyperlink / switcher
> the AMD's have had since inception, whereas the Intel use
> another system less optimised IMHO.
> My 2c worth.
> Cheers Grahame
I understood that "Core 2 Duo" will be available only end of July. Are you
talking about the current "Code Duo" or the new "Core 2 Duo" ?
The availability schedule on July / August is for Europe, maybe you already
have some PCs build upon the new Core 2 Duo in the US ?
All the previews I read about the new Intel proc architecture say that it
will be far more efficient than the current K8 AMD architecture.
I'm not an hardware expert and I may be missunderstood some key points, but
I'm ready to heard some explanations.
I have two kind of this intel Xeon:
processor : 1
vendor_id : GenuineIntel
cpu family : 15
model : 4
model name : Intel(R) Xeon(TM)
stepping : 3
cpu MHz : 3000.250
cache size : 16 KB
physical id : 0
siblings : 2
fpu : yes
fpu_exception : yes
cpuid level : 5
wp : yes
flags : fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8
apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 clflush dts acpi
mmx fxsr sse sse2 ss ht tm syscall nx lm pni monitor
ds_cpl cid cx16 xtpr
bogomips : 5996.54
clflush size : 64
cache_alignment : 128
address sizes : 36 bits physical, 48 bits virtual
My question is wich Suse do I have to install, IA64 or
Thanks a lot.
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