Re: Older machine, Install-DVD doesnt boot

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> > > Did you try to install using text install? That's usually the safe way
> > > to go when installing to older machines. I installed CentOS to "Mom's
> > > Machine", an older P3 with crap for a video card and the darn thing
> > > installed using graphical mode, so I was pleasantly surprised! FC7
> > > wouldn't make the same trip though. 
> > > 
> > > Best not to top post in these parts! Thanks, Ric
> > 
> > Question... DVD or CDROM?
> Try both and see which one works in the end.  If I were you I would start with the DVD first, if it for some reson fails, I would try then the CD.  
> > 
> > Also try adding "acpi=off" and some of
> > the kernel flags...
> > 
> >    http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/KernelCommonProblems
> > 
> > see the Crashes/Hangs  section.

Thank you guys.
It'll take me some time now, to get an text-mode-install-cd/dvd, try
(seems like some more times) to install and get it going...
By the way, which is the command to setup an pppoe-configuration? For
the case, I'll get things working... :-)

Regards, Chris

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