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Fedora installation on DL80 Gen 9

 
hshukla
Occasional Contributor

Fedora installation on DL80 Gen 9

I am facing problem installing Network Card on DL80 Gen 9 on Fedora. Kindly provide appropriate driver for the same

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Jimmy Vance
HPE Pro

Re: Fedora installation on DL80 Gen 9

A little more information might help someone respond

 

What network card? What version of Fedora?

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hshukla
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Re: Fedora installation on DL80 Gen 9

Trying to install Fedora 11 on HP DL80 Gen 9 Server, HP 360i ethernet not getting instaaled. Pls suggest

Jimmy Vance
HPE Pro

Re: Fedora installation on DL80 Gen 9

Fedora 11 does not have driver or kernel chipset support for Gen9 servers. You need to look at the latest release if you want to use Fedora. As Fedora's life cycle is so short I'd suggest CentOS 6.6 or CentOS 7.1 as an alternative

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ShantanuLko
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Re: Fedora installation on DL80 Gen 9

Fedora 14 is to be installed on the same server. While installing fedora the Hard Disk was not detected but after changing boot mode to UEFI and configuring the storage using Smart Storage manager the Hard Disk was detected.

 

But after reboot when I tried to install FEDORA 14 using external DVD writter the Server is not booting via the DVD. If I turn the boot mode back to Legacy the server is booting via External drive but the HDD is not detected 

Jimmy Vance
HPE Pro

Re: Fedora installation on DL80 Gen 9


@ShantanuLko wrote:

Fedora 14 is to be installed on the same server. While installing fedora the Hard Disk was not detected but after changing boot mode to UEFI and configuring the storage using Smart Storage manager the Hard Disk was detected.

 

But after reboot when I tried to install FEDORA 14 using external DVD writter the Server is not booting via the DVD. If I turn the boot mode back to Legacy the server is booting via External drive but the HDD is not detected 


When the sytem is in UEFI mode you need to make sure secure boot is disabled. I don't think Fedora supported secure boot until version 18

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