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Supermicro P5MMA98 / P5MMA II Driver
In the process of updating and converting this document to DocBook, some cruft was introduced.
Newer interfaces such as USB need to be added into the list. And, of course, random hardware that just isn't listed in this document needs to be added.
All of this is going to require a lot of work. I can use the help. New versions of this document The latest version of this document can be found on the Linux Documentation Project home site or any of its many mirrors. I also welcome corrections and additions. At some point in the near future, I plan to set up a web interface for adding components to this document.
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In the mean time, please just use the word "hardware" somewhere in the subject when sending corrections or additions. Acknowledgments This document has passed through many hands.
I don't know if he wrote the first version, but in Ed Carp was maintaining it. After he fell off the face of the planet in Supermicro P5MMA98 / P5MMA II or early and we all miss him from IRC, I might addPatrick Reijnen took over sometime in and continued to maintain this document until late Recent versions of this document contained the following: Special thanks to Eric Boerner and lilo the person, not the program for the sanity checks.
Microsoft has removed the bug in the driver in the beta version of the Win Using non-compliant memory modules may fail to boot, even if the system does boot, changes to the operating environment such as temperature or certain hardware applications will impact Supermicro P5MMA98 / P5MMA II reliability.
What are the correct memory modules to use on your motherboards? Each chipset has different requirements, please review the following. Can I mix memory brands, speeds and types on your motherboards?
It is not recommended mixing memory brands, speeds and type. Mixing memory may introduce timing and other electrical issues that can affect system performance and reliability. If the data is not correctly structured the BIOS will report incorrect information.
128MB SuperMicro Desktop 168p PC66 SDRAM DIMM (p/n SUPM-XAA128)
After installing the system, I have no video and no sound. The key to system trouble-shooting is "Problem Isolation".
The following procedure should help you to trouble-shoot the system: Be sure you install the above hardware properly. The lifetime of the Pentium II has also been short enough to consider it "bleeding edge" technology.
Red Hat, Inc. Hardware Compatibility List for Intel/ CPUs, Motherboards, Buses, Etc.
We don't know of any incompatibilities with Intel's Pentium new II. The lifetime of the Pentium III has also been short enough to consider it "bleeding edge" technology.
Celeron The only known problems with the Celeron is some degradation in performance with the no cache version of the Mhz Celeron. There have also been several reports of Celerons that have been overclocked "burning" up. This is because Linux can use the cpu intensively ie getting your money's Supermicro P5MMA98 / P5MMA II and will heat up the CPU a lot.
(p/n SUPM-XAA) MB SuperMicro Desktop p PC66 SDRAM DIMM
The install will detect supported chipsets and install the correct SMP kernel for your system. Some early K mhz have problems with the system chips.
You will need to get replacement chips from AMD. No known problems with the 2.
These CPUs may not be any more "buggy" than pure Intel CPUs, but since the market size of these chips is smaller, what problems do occur seem to be harder to get around. Most Cyrix 6x86 work out of the box with Red Hat Linux 6.