[Nelug] fc4 on via c3 processor
daniel_tweedy at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Oct 3 00:35:14 UTC 2005
I dont really know if I missing something with that Beatrix distro, but
from the screenshots it seems that its just unbuntu ?
I dunno there is just something about fedora that I like cant quite put
my finger on it.
I do really like unbuntu, but I dont need the gnome part of it, as I
only ever use ssh on the box currently trying to get fc4 on working
So many distro's its hard to work out which is the best/most ideal one
for the purpose of what I am using it for.
Richard Patterson wrote:
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> Daniel Tweedy wrote:
>>I have a mini-itx box running fedora since fc2, however I have
>>always had a problem of it randomly rebooting I did fix the problem
>>on fc2 by means of getting the i586 kernel as suggested by the
>>fedorafaq guide, this did fix the problem hoever I have the problem
>>again on fc4 tried the same guide but getting the fc4 i586 kernal
>>but this doesn't seem to of fixed the problem I was doing yum update
>>when it rebooted the last time.
>>Info on the redhat site does mention that it should work fine on via
>>c3 processor but it didn't work right, had problems getting it to
>>install in the first place, locking up and so on.... fc2 and fc3
>>worked fine, and random rebooting was fixed with a new kernel.
>>VIA C3 Processor
>>Everything else on board.
>>Nelug mailing list
>>Nelug at mailman.lug.org.uk
> I don't have much experience of either FC4 or the C3 processor, but
> maybe you will need to recompile the kernel manually, either that, or
> some of the other stuff in FC4 has been compiled for Pentium 4 or
> I don't want to sound like the usual "use a different distro" bunch,
> but it might be time to try another distro... Ubuntu seems to have
> good support for the C3... (you could always gentoo if you have a
> couple of weeks to spare ;-) )
> I have done a bit of digging, and found a few forums discussing C3
> optimizations, a some people are talking about a distro called
> "Beatrix" (http://www.watsky.net/)
> Hope this helps
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