Aug 14, Posts: Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. It has room for 2 HD’s, 2 optical drives, and a floppy. I went through the install process allowing CentOS to partition the whole drive to its liking. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. This time the install hung towards the very end of determining package dependencies. I got to the screen “Required Install Media” and the install hung.
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I then booted the machine to a CD supplied by Dell to see if there were any diagnostics on it – there were not. They give you all the ones you’ll ever need.
While I am writing this I tried again except that I left off sda3 – can add that later. Visit the following links: This time the install hung towards the very end cell determining package dependencies. This one’s just my server. I assume those who buy it real cheap get the one with a Celeron, buy a Pentium 4 separately, and swap out the CPU.
Apparently the hardware configuration was close enough. Originally posted by AndrewZ: The time now is I decided to add another hard drive and update the OS at the same time. Tue Feb 10, I know the folks here are quick to respond. Anyhow – I finally got CentOS installed. I am running diagnostics now. It has too many fiddly old apps and databases that store files all over the place.
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My bitch with the Sc is that the BIOs boot options are total crap. Tue Feb 10, 2: And I plugged it in?
Aug 17, Posts: Jumpered for Master, eh? Originally posted by AER: The box is basically used as NAS ssh and Samba. Remember to get the keyboard and mouse, which they don’t give a credit for if you leave off.
Why would you care that it has drive sleds? Dammit, that may be the problem.
Tue Feb 10, 1: I used a converter too and it always gave me shit. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. An external USB cabinet is the simple solution. Im a Mac user that wants to pick up a reasonably healthy pc to run some apps on and maybe game with in the future.
If that works I will try installing CentOS again. For the time being I am running Ubuntu-Server If you need to reset your password, click here. Sometimes it did, sometimes not.