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Hi Danial, from what I know, GPU sales are always independent and no one forces you to buy both CPUs and GPUs, so cards are bought on their own as always. The real problem is that they are not found and that those who have them take advantage of it to see them at a much higher cost than the real one, the real problem is this in this lousy period ...!

General OpenPOWER Discussion / Re: News?
« on: March 06, 2021, 03:20:50 pm »
I am of the opinion that what the Power line lacks is an ATX form factor. I hope at this point that having already made the prototype of the Condor, Raptor will restart from that board to make a new motherboard with this form factor and I am sure that he will please everyone without distinction. The ATX format can guarantee multiple memory channels, multiple PCIe ports and everything you need for a single CPU sock, so the best of Talos but more compact and for a single microprocessor.

Great, too bad there are no more PCIe ports on the Blackbird otherwise I would have mounted it myself. In any case, I am also satisfied with the SATA devices at the end but I hope that the next Raptor motherboard is in ATX format deriving from the Condor, a card that is now done and over and that I do not think will be lost and that they can reuse for another processor. They will also be able to implement dedicated NVme ports if they want ...

Operating Systems and Porting / Re: Fedora custom kernel does not install
« on: February 27, 2021, 11:57:53 am »
Thanks to the help of the good TLE, I was finally able to compile and install a custom Kernel on Fedora. I had to install several new libraries and files to make this Kernel work, but at the end it seems that I succeeded. I used the wiki procedure since the universal one I could not make it work at the moment, the Kernel is still new and unripe, for sure it needs some testing but in any case, apart from a few interruptions of some processes, it seems to work pretty well. At this point I'd like to understand if it's possible to compile and install a stable version and not necessarily a new last version still under test. Downloading the sources according to the official procedure in fact, always tends to take the latest version...

Operating Systems and Porting / Re: Fedora custom kernel does not install
« on: February 26, 2021, 03:38:18 pm »
For my friend TLE, here's the screenshot of the kernel directory just compiled, I can't install it because I can't find the right syntax of the command...

Operating Systems and Porting / Re: [NEWS] Debian
« on: February 26, 2021, 12:58:06 am »

Debian friends, the link that TLE posted brings Chromium version 84 for various distributions.  Is it possible in your opinion to install it on Debian by downloading it from this link?  I tried this with the dpkg command but couldn't, maybe because it has no .Deb extension ... I tried dpkg -i

Hi guys sorry but I can't install Chromium from this package found in the link of the good TLE. Can you tell me how to install this package on Debian? Thanks, obviously I got the tar.xz archive to be able to install it on Debian ...

Moral of the story we are still unfortunately still from what I see ... It didn't take, Chromium is the best on Power and not having it updated yet is bad ...

Operating Systems and Porting / Re: kernel config: page size 4k vs 64k
« on: February 24, 2021, 02:49:24 pm »
Xlinder once again a special thanks to you for your good work with Debian, here is the complicated and correctly installed Kernel 5.11.  Also on Debian the universal procedure works perfectly once you have everything installed and modify those 4 necessary parameters.  So I still don't understand why Fedora doesn't let me do that and gives me that damn error due to the dracut file.  I also tried to remove the 95 resume folder which is the one offending but unfortunately it does not install it anyway.  Yes, the mistake does not take it out anymore but does not complete the installation ... I would like to understand what to do sincerely ...

Operating Systems and Porting / Re: kernel config: page size 4k vs 64k
« on: February 24, 2021, 01:48:34 am »
Now compile regularly, but yesterday evening I had to interrupt the procedure because I was compiling from Daniel Pocock's 5.9.6 kernel and being that the compilation in the case of Debian switches the GPU off and on several times, I could no longer continue since kernel 5.9.  X on Power suffers from this bug, if you turn off the GPU or when switching to the video output of the GPU, the monitor goes black and it is no longer possible to do anything.  I found the same problem on Fedora so I realized that the problem lies in the Linux Power Kernel in version 5.9.X.  In fact, every time I load Debian with 5.9 I always have to switch the video output first otherwise it crashes irreversibly ... Today I try to do everything from 4.19 and I will let you know thanks Xlinder.  In which line of the kernel configuration I understood that I had to put only double quotes for that I asked you to write me exactly what I had to put.  Tonight I try and tell you.  Thanks for everything always.

Operating Systems and Porting / Re: kernel config: page size 4k vs 64k
« on: February 23, 2021, 01:36:33 pm »
Hi Xlinder, always thanks for your precious help, I installed what I was missing, only 2 at the end of your list, unfortunately I can't understand the options to be fixed in the section you tell me in the api encryption section.  You tell me exactly what I have to do in that section but for how it looks in the configuration menu, I am sending you a photo to understand.  I can't understand it from how you wrote it in your post sorry ... Currently mine is like this and it gives me an error in the line "debian / certain / eufi-certs.pem" written just like this including the quotes ... how should I change  this?  How should the other options be put?  Thanks for your patience...

Operating Systems and Porting / Re: Compiling a new kernel for debian
« on: February 22, 2021, 03:55:56 pm »
In any case, I don't understand why the Debian site lists the "linux-package" package when it no longer exists. Obviously the procedure they give does not work because that package does not download and honestly I can not understand all this ... What replaces that package and why is it not mentioned anywhere?

Operating Systems and Porting / Re: kernel config: page size 4k vs 64k
« on: February 22, 2021, 01:00:15 am »
Guys I was trying to compile and install the 5.11 kernel on Debian using the universal procedure but it doesn't let me install the openssl-devel library.  In fact, as soon as I try to compile it gives me the classic error that it does not find it.  Do you have any addictions in turn that I don't know?  Thank you.

Operating Systems and Porting / Re: [NEWS] Debian
« on: February 10, 2021, 12:49:32 pm »
Free advice (for what it's worth). This could fix the problem, or screw things up really bad.

The UUID of that partition in /dev/disk/by-uuid and /etc/fstab must be the same.

Open Gparted and select the proper swap partition. Then in the Partition Menu select swap-off and Apply that. Next, select the partition again and from the menu select Format and Cleared from the secondary menu.
Apply that. Now format the partition as Linux-swap, and apply. Then set swapon.

Select Information and Highlight the new uuid, you can use Ctrl + c to copy it  and paste it into a text editor.
As root open /etc/fstab with a text editor, cut the old uuid number from the file and paste the new number in it's place and save the file.

Hi Xlinder, you are great! I applied everything you told me and solved the problem big time. Fedora now starts up smoothly and no longer hangs there for 1.30 minutes. Since you told me that the uuid number of etc / fstab must also be on dev / disk / by-uuid you have made me understand the whole problem. In practice he crashed because he did not find the correspondence of the swap partition, the number that was there of the new partition he had created before Debian and then when I deleted and reformatted it the first time, it no longer corresponded with the one contained in by-uuid and consequently he stopped at that point and finding no response then deactivated the swap partition. Now I have to do the same procedure on the other hardisk with another Fedora installed and restore that to return to normal. Thank you so much for your advice you were great!
Reboot. It's okay to curse me if things went very badly.

Operating Systems and Porting / Re: [NEWS] Debian
« on: February 09, 2021, 09:00:15 am »
In practice, now that I carefully read your procedure, I have already performed the deletion of the offending swap partition when all this happened to me and I thought it was enough but it wasn't.  What I did not do, however, as I did not know, is the last part of the procedure or copy the new uuid number created with the new partition and copy it instead of the old one ... I have to try and let you know ok,  thank you

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