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What are the components that aren’t working? According to this ASMedia controller is supported under Linux kernel 3.
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It might the most trouble free linux system I’ve ever had. If you look at that, you will see that most of it seems to only work on Win7, most not on XP, and Vista is specifically excluded at the top of the page.
Just17 on January 20, Device a Kernel driver in use: I had never even heard of p8z77-f of these companies that are involved in some of the motherboard components, like ASMedia and Etron, before yesterday.
The lines Kernel driver in use: Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Operating Systems not running on Microsoft Windows will not support devices such as the optical disk drives. Thanks for the replies guys, yes the link is unavailable, seems they are out of stock. Your name or email address: You must log in or sign up to post here.
See my report here. That’s the Asrock board, but that’s as good as the Asus from what I can tell, so I may go for one of those instead.
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If you signed up before April 23rd, please sign up again. I was wondering if anyone had any experience of this particular board under PCLOS and p8z77v- there are any problems I need to be aware of? Yes, my password is: UriHerrera I want to run Ubuntu on the system, and if necessary I build a kernel from source for it.
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Post as a guest Name. If you wait 4 more months s will be outdated and s the way to go. P8z7-7v Date Jan Beans 1. Intel series 6 chipsets had no built-in usb 3. January 3rd, 5. January 3rd, 2.
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You shouldn’t have to use exactly 3. Last edited by crazycheese ; The board can be obtained from elsewhere, but here’s a link to the Asus website giving tech specs, though it doesn’t explicitly say whether Linux will work.
I’m pretty rusty when it comes to the latest motherboards and I have been reading about potential boot problems with Linux and the dreaded UEFI bios that’s used in modern boards. Sign up using Facebook. On the linked page, there is a download called “os limitations