Re: Why do I get this?
- From: Claude Hopper ⑪ ⒌ ☺ <boobooililililil@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 14:48:05 -0400
Claude Hopper ⑪ ⒌ ☺ wrote:I'd run fvwm if I could get that far.Nikos Chantziaras wrote:eww. :) If you are planning on running KDE or GNOME, its not going to beClaude Hopper (11) 5. ? wrote:Oh, I forgot that. It's opensuse 10.3 on an old K6-2 400mhz.Starting Hal Damon"Loading CPUFreq module (CPUFreq not supported)" doesn't mean that
Loading CPUFreq module (CPUFreq not supported)
Just hangs there. You mean after booting the install CD, going
through all that crap and come to this and my CPU frequency is
inadequate? Why? Why not tell me at the beginning?
What happened was the install hanged on install boot loader so I had
to reboot. Now I go through the CD install again and select boot
install system and get the above and it hangs up every time.
your CPU's frequency in inadequate, it means that the kernel can't
modify your CPU's frequency. That is no reason to hang (I get the
same message in many PCs that don't support Intel SpeedStep or AMD
Cool'n'Quiet or AMD PowerNow or whatever those things are called).
Try booting in safe mode.
Also, it would be a good idea to post what version of openSUSE you're
talking about and your CPU model.
pretty. What I mean is it will be slow.
Claude Hopper :)
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