[CentOS] Unsupported Hardware that works fine?

Tue Nov 26 10:29:05 UTC 2013
Ned Slider <ned at unixmail.co.uk>

On 26/11/13 00:42, Lists wrote:
> I recently purchased a set of ASRock Intel i5 MB/CPU combos for a budget
> compute cluster. Every time we load up a system and try to boot with a
> recent EL6/64 ISO, we get a message that reads:
>   > This hardware (or a combination thereof) is not supported by CentOS.
> For more
>   > information on supported hardware, plesae refer to
> http://www.centos.org/hardware
> Not only does the hardware *seem* to work to expectations, but the url
> referenced goes to 404!

For information:

CentOS is a rebuild of Red Hat's RHEL product. CentOS removes references 
to Red Hat, in this case a reference to redhat.com. If you substitute 
'redhat.com' for 'centos.org' you will get the original URL rather than 
a page not found error:


> Having loaded CentOS6 on many systems without ever seeing this message,
> I have to ask how to determine what might be triggering it and whether
> or not I should be concerned?
> Thanks