INTEL D510MO LINUX DRIVER
This board should make a very nice system. Add the install CD as apt-get source and install build-essential and linux-headers. I’ve tried 2 riser cards with two slots passive. Performance is great given what the box is , loving it! I have looked a lot on the web to see what others have done and it was not clear that anyone has managed to get this card to work, although it is generating a lot of interest. Without a stable network connection, to build and replace the module I had to get the latest NIC driver from Realtek, put it on a CD using a different machine and copy it to the new machine. But if bit is entirely “ready,” great, I’m there.
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I have tested fedora, knoppix, opensuse and of course ubuntu and all have same problem.
Thought this might be of interest to folks considering using this motherboard. Try 32bit first and then 64bit. You’ll notice a difference. Only with kernel boot option irqpoll both cards work.
Join Date Jan Beans 2. One card in slot 1 works fine, but if I linu a second card in slot 2, the driver hangs when card 2 is accessed.
Well I have the system together and was able to get windows 7 running on it. Ubuntu hangs during boot on an Intel DMO motherboard. And if anyone has any experience with Ubuntu specifically on the D [bit or bit] which might lead me one way or t’other, that would be useful.
Also the latency test does not run. I am trying to build up a simple ITX system for a project where I linyx to simply run one or two stepper motors. Join Date Jan Beans 1. Install itself was trivial, not a single issue. I deleted the rest with the synaptic package manager on my machines.
Just generally, would you recommend one ilnux the other?
Downloads for Intel® Desktop Board D510MO
Crowder May 24 ’10 at I’m researching into this problem before making my final install of the Hardy server and have found this thread discussing how the wrong NIC driver module is being used by the kernel.
That’s fine, I won’t use it for gaming, much video editing, etc. Installed fine and everything seems to work. Got Chromium installed from repos may or may not go back and install Chrome, the branded version, insteadgot Java installed brief detour there when Sun said I needed to use the bit version for browser support — ignore them, they lie.
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