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Re: [SLUG] problems with monitor settings
No perhaps he really wants a 600 millihertz Celeron with 256
milligrams of ram and a 30 milligram hard drive. It'd be nice
and portable although somewhat slow (you'd be able to fit it
inside an aspirin but with one operation every 10 minutes it
really wouldn't deliver the grunt).
> I am sure you mean 300Mhz and 30GB and 256MB etc right?
> On Wed, 2 May 2001, Philip Wicks wrote:
> > hi all
> > i have been running (very successfully) mandrake 7.2 on a
> > 300mg celeron, mainly to use squid
> > in a school network.
> > I wanted to set up a second server with a new 600mHz Celeron
> > with 256mg ram and a 30 mg hard drive. The reason I mention
> > all this is so you know the config that is having problems.
> > I get all the way through installing linux until I choose a
> > monitor and try to test it...it tells me
> > that the device is busy. the monitor is nothing exotic nor
> > is the video card. They are both on the list given by the
> > installer. I am wondernig if it is a bios setting that is
> > the culprit but I don't know where
> > to start looking; could it be a "new motherboard" that linux
> > does not recognise??
> > I hope some one can help me
> > Regards
> > Phil Wicks
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