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I tried to install mandrake 9.0 on my nForce2 A7N8X-Deluxe board over the weekend with no success. I read all the tips that I could on the matter, and I still could not get it up and running.
Here's the specs:
A7N8X Deluxe motherboard
AMD AthlonXP 2600 (333)
768 MB DDR400 Memory
VisionTek Ti4600 Vid Card
Natural Keyboard Pro
(all else is onboard)
The installation went without a hitch, but when I tried the nVidia latest drivers (NVIDIA_nforce-1.0-0248.mdk90up_2.4.19_16.athlon.rpm or even NVIDIA_nforce-1.0-0248.src.rpm) my usb mouse stopped working. I could not use my onboard ethernet cards(neither one), and the NVdriver would not load.
As I said before, I read the tips and trick that was posted as a sticky for red hat posted in another forum, but it did not help me. I would really like to get this working, that way I can do away with my via board forever.
Do anyone have this combination working in unity? If you do, could you help me out by writing a detailed howto?
Thanks for taking out the time to help out a linux nut.