Scyld, RedHat 7.0 and Athlon's
Donald B. Kinghorn
kinghorn at pqs-chem.com
Fri Jan 5 12:51:53 PST 2001
I haven't tried Scyld's software on it yet but ... I've used Mandrake 7.2
on a SocketA and SlotA Athlon and SocketA Duron, with no problems, but if
you try it be sure to get the distribution from mandrake soft. The boxed
set that I found at Wal-Mart had a broken installer. At Wal-Mart! ...
I'm still amazed ...
RedHat 7.0 should have the correct cpu database too but I haven't tried it.
... Ahh, just remembered, I had trouble installing on the ASUS socketA
motherboard with the on board ATA/100 controller. Wound up using the
onboard ATA/66 controller instead. I haven't had any problems with systems
using the Promise ATA/100 PCI card though.
Hope this is useful info
> Does anyone no if it is possible to use Scyld's software on a Redhat 7.0
> system. We are putting together an 85 node Athlon system. There is a
> hardware conflict with RedHat 6.2 on Athlon Thunderbird machines. This
> was confirmed by the vendor after we had spent much time trying to
> diagnose the problem. The vendor (SYNS) says "Slot A Original Athlon
> does not have any problem, but
> Thunderbird and Duron (both SocketA or SlotA)are not supported by 6.2."
> Frank Muldoon
> Computational Fluid Dynamics Research Group
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