Device Kernel driver in use: Operating Systems not running on Microsoft Windows will not support devices such as the optical disk drives. On the linked page, there is a download called “os limitations Device 84ca Kernel driver in use: You get the same line from them as any other vendor pretty much. Welcome to Our Community While Linux.
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Whether you can get those features working in Linux most likely depends on whether someone in the Linux world has worked out a solution or not.
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January 3rd, 1. Welcome to Our Community While Linux. Honestly, I don’t think this board cares much for Linux. It seems like building a solid machine in general is getting harder and building a solid linux machine much harder. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
Device 84ca Kernel driver in use: Sign up using Facebook. That’s the Asrock board, but asu as good as the Asus from what I can tell, so I may go for one of those instead. UriHerrera I want to run Ubuntu on the system, and if necessary I build a kernel from source for it.
Anybody out there using the same motherboard having any problems? The OS works great, saus issues whatsoever with booting or connecting with the wireless network. Please use compatible operation system for fully hardware support. Originally posted by crazycheese View Post.
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January 3rd, 5. However, I am still needing to set p8z777-v the drivers for some of the components. Last edited by deanjo ; January 3rd, 3.
Thanks for the replies guys, yes the link is unavailable, seems they are out of stock. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I could not find any hints by asus itself, but from the debian hardware database there are similar P8 motherboards with Z77 Chipset in the list.
Because they officially list Linux as part of their motherboard software: It might the most trouble free linux system I’ve ever had. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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