- Install the Windows 10 on dell precision T5600
When I installed the windows 10, A problem that was described as "Unable to load driver" and the hard disk couldn't be partitioned was found.Here is the solution to load the driver and everything will be ok.
Download this file in your USB flash disk and extract it by winrar.
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Load file under the directory "RSTe_f6_iaStorS_64" when program ask you to load the driver.
- Solve the problem to connect the internet
nano /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-enp0s3 # the postfix of enp0s3 is produced automatically
change "ONBOOT = no" to "ONBOOT = yes"
service network restart
Currently, you can connect the internet. If you use the
campus network and it has the Login Interface Authentication.A Wireless Router with DHCP service can deal with it when you login with other devicer via the Wireless Router.
- Install the graphics driver 'AMD FirePro 2270' without XServer support
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Execute the command:
./amd-driver-installer-15.201.2401-x86.x86_64.run --buildpkg RedHat/RHEL6_64a --NoXServer #Use the double dash before buidpkg and NoXServer
Install the resulting .rpm
yum install fglrx64_p_i_c-15.201.2401-1.x86_64.rpm
Test that it installed:
rpm -qa | grep fglrx clinfo | grep GPU # assumes you have at least one FirePro card installed lsmod | grep fglrx
- Add windows 10 boot in centos 7
yum install ntfs-3g
Identify the boot of windows 10
grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg
You will find the boot of windows 10 when you reboot computer.If you want to define the default boot , here is the method:
cat /boot/grub2/grub.cfg | grep menuentry
Find out the boot which is your want to set.
grub2-set-default "CentOS Linux ..."
You can confirm the set when you reboot.
- Firewall problem about VNC service
firewall-cmd --zone=public --add-port=5900:5903/tcp --permanent #notice the double dash
reload the service
- Query and uninstall the rpm package that has installed
Query the rpm package that has installed:
rpm -qa | grep ***
Uninstall the rpm package:
rpm -e ***