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  • Latest Post - ‏2010-12-19T19:27:07Z by chrisandrews
Ravibn
Ravibn
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Pinned topic Compile Ubuntu 10.04

‏2010-07-30T07:50:47Z |
Since I tried installing Ubuntu 10.04 64 bit on my new Dell Latitude e6500 model I got this error

" This kernel requires an x86-64 CPU, but only detected an i686 CPU.
Unable to boot - Please use a kernel appropriate for your CPU "

My notebook config is Core i7 (720QM), 4GB ram, trackpad, Nvidia 3100 NVS grpx card.

Currently I am running Win 7 64 Prof.

Can someone help or point to source where I can get Info about downloading this entire source code and compile on my notebook.

Any help I would appreciate
Updated on 2010-12-19T19:27:07Z at 2010-12-19T19:27:07Z by chrisandrews
  • ishields
    ishields
    988 Posts

    Re: Compile Ubuntu 10.04

    ‏2010-07-31T02:23:19Z  
    That sounds very odd. If you are attempting to install a 64-bit version and it isn't detecting the CPU properly, you might want to see if the install or live CD for any other 64-bit distro will detect the CD correctly.

    If you decide to go ahead with building a kernel, there are at least a couple of articles on the Ubuntu site Ubuntu documentation - Kernel Compile and HOWTO: Kernel Compilation for Newbies.

    Ian Shields
  • Ravibn
    Ravibn
    2 Posts

    Re: Compile Ubuntu 10.04

    ‏2010-08-03T00:54:09Z  
    • ishields
    • ‏2010-07-31T02:23:19Z
    That sounds very odd. If you are attempting to install a 64-bit version and it isn't detecting the CPU properly, you might want to see if the install or live CD for any other 64-bit distro will detect the CD correctly.

    If you decide to go ahead with building a kernel, there are at least a couple of articles on the Ubuntu site Ubuntu documentation - Kernel Compile and HOWTO: Kernel Compilation for Newbies.

    Ian Shields
    ishields,

    Thank you for your reply.

    I went thru both the URLs you had replied with, but the steps described is expecting you to have Ubuntu before you can really compile the kernel. Since I am unable to install ubuntu I do not know how to go about downloading those utilities described in the URL you pointed out. Currently I am running Win 7 prof on this notebook.

    Arch latest distro for i686 is the only one which works with this CPU. But it lacks all of the ubuntu features. It is a plain vanilla distro.

    So if you think some other idea let me know.

    Thanks
    Ravi
  • ishields
    ishields
    988 Posts

    Re: Compile Ubuntu 10.04

    ‏2010-08-04T14:28:16Z  
    • Ravibn
    • ‏2010-08-03T00:54:09Z
    ishields,

    Thank you for your reply.

    I went thru both the URLs you had replied with, but the steps described is expecting you to have Ubuntu before you can really compile the kernel. Since I am unable to install ubuntu I do not know how to go about downloading those utilities described in the URL you pointed out. Currently I am running Win 7 prof on this notebook.

    Arch latest distro for i686 is the only one which works with this CPU. But it lacks all of the ubuntu features. It is a plain vanilla distro.

    So if you think some other idea let me know.

    Thanks
    Ravi
    Can you do it on a machine that will load Ubuntu? You might also try asking on the Ubuntu Community Web forums, or contact Dell, since you are using a Dell machine.

    Ian Shields
  • Rwbecca.Franks
    Rwbecca.Franks
    1 Post

    Re: Compile Ubuntu 10.04

    ‏2010-08-17T12:19:47Z  
    I think you are using a downloaded copy of that version. I was also having difficulty during Ubuntu 10.04 installation. I have downloaded the free version of ubuntu that time, then I ordered a free version from ubuntu's website, now the problem is resolved for me. Hope your problem will resolve soon.


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  • Kieran.Shand
    Kieran.Shand
    1 Post

    Re: Compile Ubuntu 10.04

    ‏2010-11-29T03:02:18Z  
    ishields wrote:
    That sounds very odd. If you are attempting to install a 64-bit version and it isn't detecting the CPU properly, you might want to see if the install or live CD for any other 64-bit distro will detect the CD correctly.

    If you decide to go ahead with building a kernel, there are at least a couple of articles on the Ubuntu site Ubuntu documentation - Kernel Compile and HOWTO: Kernel Compilation for Newbies.

    Ian Shields

    Thanks for your instruction! It's comprehensive, It is exactly what I need.
  • chrisandrews
    chrisandrews
    1 Post

    Re: Compile Ubuntu 10.04

    ‏2010-12-19T19:27:07Z  
    How does it run booting off the live cd?