Jan 22, 2014 - 03:48am
I have just installed intel-linux-graphics-installer-1.0.3-3.5.x86_64, and upon executing intel-linux-graphics-installer, I get a "Distribution not supported" message.
NOTE: I tried to paste here the full log, but the spam filter kept kicking me out.
That's distinctly odd. Could you run /usr/bin/ilg-config-test and paste its output here?
Yes, of course:
release : '19'
codename : 'Schroedinger's Cat'
config-id : [Fedora Schroedinger's Cat]
Just after making my post, I noticed the "'Schroedinger's Cat'" with the tripple "'", and remembered that I had changed the "release name" in this box, because it contained unprintable characters. However, after changing to "Schroedinger_s Cat", the installer still fails. Thanks.
That looks like the configuration file downloaded from 01.org doesn't have an entry
for f19. It should be in your home directory after you've run the installer, called
".ilg-config". Is it there? And does it have a section for SC?
Yes, I found the file, and there was an entry for FC19, indeed; many thanks.
I decided to try changing the name of my distribution back to the official "Schrödinger’s Cat" name; now the installer sort of works, but fails with a "Multilib version problems found. This often means that the root" message.
Hm... this sounds like you have some i386 vs x86-64 version mismatching, but it's tricky to tell
exactly. Can you supply the installer's logfile? It should be in /var/tmp, identified by name and
by the pid of the installer process.
Well... I could not find the log file, so I decided to run the installer again, and it ended correctly... go figure. Seems like everything is working fine now, many thanks for your help.
Oh. Ok, a bit weird, but I guess as long as it works now. Might have been a temporarily
inaccessible repository whch meant the package manager couldn't keep your 32 and
64 bit packages in sync (which multi-arch requires).