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Old 23rd February 2006, 07:18 PM
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FC4 Instalation on a Compaq Prolient 5000 server

I am trying to install FC4 on a compaq Prolient 5000 server. If i do a plain install or a text based install i get an error message that says yopu do not have enough ram to install fedore core on this machine. I have 896M in htere so i know the ram is not the issus. We have thrown all kind mem commands to try to get it to see the mem and it startc scrolling through the initial startus and then stops when it gets to <kernel_thread_helper+0x5/0x14>.
There is also SCSI involved that we thought may be an issue. The CD-Rom is SCSI and the 2 drive array is SCSI. In other forums i have been told that i need to recompile the Kernel with the SCSi drivers but there is no kernel becasue we are not that far along yet. Any Ideas
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