[CentOS] Can't install CentOS4 [SOLVED]
ssharma at revsharecorp.com
Thu Oct 20 01:28:13 UTC 2005
John Hinton wrote:
> Ajay Sharma wrote:
>> Karanbir Singh wrote:
>>> Ajay Sharma wrote:
>>>> My email server is running CentOS 3 and I can't upgrade it to CentOS
>>>> 4 using the CD's. At first I thought it was the old Megaraid card
>>>> (that's no longer supported), so I replaced that with
>>>> a new card. I've tried ISO's from CentOS 4, 4.1 and now 4.2 which
>>>> I've tested and booted in other machines. Just not this one.
> If, you are running an older machine.... if it has no usb... try at the
> install command prompt
> linux nousb nousbstorage apm=off noapic
> apm is advanced power management.. many early versions were buggy (and
> I'm not sure today's are really much better)
> if you have usb.. leave the two usb statements out
> Seems that agpart is causing some problems.. maybe there is a way to
> turn that off during an install but I don't offhand know the command.
I fixed my problem by booting with "linux agp=off". That's how I got
the kernel to ignore AGP and start up. I still haven't gone through the
full install, that's a project for this weekend. I imagine that I'll
have to add the agp=off string to the grub bootloader line.
Thanks for everyone's advice.
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