[OpenIndiana-discuss] Migration to HP N40L
gregory at youngblood.me
Sat Oct 27 20:30:25 UTC 2012
Linux does this no problem most of the time. The only time it doesn't is when you run custom kernels compiled explicitly for the hardware and do not include modules for other hw.
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On Oct 27, 2012, at 1:08 AM, Roel_D <openindiana at out-side.nl> wrote:
> Is it ever possible to take an OS from some piece of software and put it in a complete different piece of software?
> I know that windows will jam at once because all the installed chipsetdrivers of the first host will complain they can't find their beloved hardware at the second host.
> I can't imagine OI is so good it just will ignore these failure. Like for example the driver that used to be connected to your nic.
> Kind regards,
> The out-side
> Op 27 okt. 2012 om 00:43 heeft Michelle Knight <michelle at msknight.com> het volgende geschreven:
>> Thanks for the suggestions so far. I'll try them tomorrow; I'm about
>> to hit bed.
>> Magnus, might I ask whether your USB legacy setting is on or off please?
>> Many thanks,
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