Installing the network driver was trivial thanks to posts here and the driver available on the ASUS site , and switching to AHCI solves the SATA drive problem as long as you don’t need to dual boot and, if you’re dual booting, you can probably handle adding a few words to the kernel boot line. USB support worked with no problems. Network to work , prepare from windowsxp- download the driver with manual howto, and that’s it. The data and operating system on these drives is not currently accessible. I assume that this is for the LAN and that one would follow the steps for compiling it in the ubuntuforum post above. In fact, I plugged in my old installation’s IDE drive and everything booted right up and is running just like before.
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The following allowed me to have a fully functional system while staying in IDE sata mode. Sign up for marvelll new account in our community.
Sound and Atheros worked without drivers on 8. Does the latest bios version include all other previous BIOS updates or does one have to flash each update to get to the current version?
I found the following about irqpoll: Tests are inconclusive as to whether or not this makes much difference in real world performance for p5 users. I got it working in leopard It appears that there are potentially only three issues with the board: I also share a USB printer with my Windows network. Just set it in the bios.
Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. On my P5E everthing worked right after install, albiet I didnt try raid.
You need to provide the Marvell driver the one that matches your Windows version and bit-level to Windows Setup so that it can recognize the Marvell controller and, in turn, see the drives. I’m afraid it may be the EVMS I also have a newb-type question for the board: I have to try without it as well. The only problem I have is my sound: BIOS update did not change anything, either. This was the first PC that I built from scratch as well as my first Linux system. I don’t know what the first option does, however; has anyone tried using just the second?
Posted January 23, So hang in there, I think perhaps they will get more friendly with the linux community as time goes on, we made them a wack of money by marvrll the Asus Eee the overnight success that it is. Sign In Sign Up.
Here is a tutorial that I used: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. And thanks to nicbul marvvell listing all the solutions in one place.
To the OP, which version of Ubuntu are you installing? What is the predecessor of X48 btw?
Posted November 23, As it will install a package that compiles the nvidia drivers automatically whenever you get a kernel update update that aaus reboot. I eventually went back to windows 7 on that board.
Do you have any tips? Posted October 24,