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  • Flash
    Flash replied to a discussion, B560 Chipset

    I found this about B560: https://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?t=346412
    Can this also be done in ClearOS?

  • Flash
    Flash replied to a discussion, B560 Chipset

    Thank you for the link. I will try it, when I buy the motherboard and CPU, hopefully in a week ;)
    I still haven't decided if I should buy the B560 and 11th Gen, or the B460 and 10th Gen.
    I didn't get an answer from Redhat, if it supports B560, or when it will.

  • Flash
    Flash replied to a discussion, B560 Chipset

    I wrote to Redhat and asked them if Redhat supports the new B560 chipset and 11th gen Intel CPUs.
    I also asked them if it doesn't support, if it will and when ;)
    I hope they will respond :)

  • Flash
    Flash replied to a discussion, B560 Chipset

    Do you maybe know, if the ClearOS 7.9 iso won't install on the B560, will there be an "update" with version 7.9.1, or the 7.x version won't get the B560 support?
    Because, eventually, support for the B560 should come, or not?

  • Flash
    Flash replied to a discussion, B560 Chipset

    Thank you Nick for the explanation.
    After reading all this, I don't know anymore, if I should buy the new B560 motherboard with 11th gen Intel... :(
    What do you think?

    Did you maybe ask the Clearcenter team regarding the ClearOS 7.9 iso? Maybe an approximate time? 1-2 weeks or more?

  • Flash
    Flash replied to a discussion, B560 Chipset

    Do I understand this correctly. If I install ClearOS 7.7 in another machine and then transplant the disk into the B560 machine it would definitely work? Or there is still a 50:50 chance?

    On more thing. The ASRock B560 Steel Legend and the Gigabyte B560M AORUS ELITE both have 2.5 Gbit Realtek LAN.
    Do you know if the kernel in 7.7 or 7.9 include this driver?

  • Flash
    Flash replied to a discussion, B560 Chipset

    For example ASRock B560 Pro4.
    I only found this on Linux in the manual:

    Legacy USB Support
    Enable or disable Legacy OS Support for USB 2.0 devices. If you encounter USB
    compatibility issues it is recommended to disable legacy USB support. Select UEFI
    Setup Only to support USB devices under the UEFI setup and Windows/Linux
    operating systems only.

    Also the same for the ASRock B560 Steel Legend.

    Here are also some other motherboards that I'm considering: ASUS PRIME B560-PLUS, Gigabyte B560M AORUS ELITE, Gigabyte B560M D3H, Gigabyte B560 HD3

    For Gigabyte B560M D3H and B560 HD3 I found this:
    Due to different Linux support condition provided by chipset vendors, please download Linux driver from chipset vendors' website or 3rd party website.

    So, even the 7.9 version lacks support for the B560 chipset?
    Is there a 7.9.1 version in the works with B560 support? :)
    Or 8.0 with support of the old bandwidth manager? :) Yes, I know, wishful thinking :)

  • Flash
    Flash replied to a discussion, B560 Chipset

    So, if I buy the new B560 motherboard it could happen, that I won't be able to install ClearOS?
    Do you maybe know, when will the installation disk/iso for the ClearOS 7.9 be available?

  • Flash
    Flash started a new discussion, B560 Chipset

    B560 Chipset

    Hello

    Will ClearOS work on the "new" B560 Chipset Motherboards with the 11th gen Intel CPU's? Or can there be any problems?

    Thank you

  • Hmm, strange, I also tried this, but after making the directory "ethernet" and "build" and running ./autorun.sh all I got, was this:

    Check old driver and unload it.
    Build the module and install
    make[2]: *** No rule to make target `clean'. Stop.
    make[1]: *** [clean] Error 2
    make: *** [clean] Error 2

    Thank you for the links, I will take a look for the BM, and see if I can do something.