Problems with hardware in Redhat FC5
I have come here because I am fairly new to linux. I have ran FC4 on an older machine and had no problems ... however.
I have recently upgraded my machine ... significantly and tried to install RedHat FC5 and have ran into a host of problems.
First of all, my hardware configuration is as follows:
AMD X2 4600+ AM2
M2N32 Sli Deluxe (Wi-fi edition)
Nvidia Geforce 7600GT
2 x 1GB Corsair XMS DDR2 (TwinX)
2 x 250GB 16mb 7200 SATAII HDD
200GB 8mb 7200 IDE HDD (Win MCE 2005)
2 x GDI Blackgold DVB-T TV tuner cards.
First problem I ran into was that the OS would not install, it hung before reaching anaconda.
I found that hte problem was ACPI and had to disable it, OS installed and runs but no ACPI.
Once up and running i now have several problems.
USB host controller does not seem to be present.
I can not connect to the internet because hte built in wi-fi card runs through the usb controller.
My GDI Blackgold cards do not work. Although dmesg says to insmod them to card=2 (2 being my brand of card from a long list it gives) - although i don't know how to do this.
I can not connect any USB devices at all, usb storage, pen drives etc, they do not show up in the dev list at all, because no usb.
I would be grateful if someone could just help with the main problem of getting my USB set up.
when I lspci -v i get about 4 unknown devices on the PCi bridge and a further unknown device on the VGA compatible controller.
If I lsmod, the modules seem to be fine and there are some relevent ones loaded.
I can get my internet to work if I connect to the Gbit LAN, would i be able to somehow "autoupdate" from there if i tracked a network cable to this computer from my router until i get wireless?
If there is any more info you need please let me know.
P.S. kernel version is : 2.6.15-1.2054_FC5.