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So,I'm getting the Gigabyte GA-78 LMT USB3 motherboard and since its free,I'm planning to get Linux on it as well.I want to know if this board supports Linux OS and it would be great for everyone if someone could link to a list for all AMD boards in general.
    
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This is an unusual question. I don't think you mean does a board support Linux, but does Linux support certain hardware that happens to be on many boards. In most cases the answer is found on the sites of the various Linux distributions. Here is a website that leads to a listing of the various distros of Linux with links to their own sites. I have looked up hardware compatibility lists for years. But, in general, you will find that a Linux distro will have driver capability for most boards, excepting the newest leading edge components which would likely resolved quickly.

Hope this answers your question.

I quickly searched Asus, Gigabyte, and MSI websites for a mobo download, and found none list Linux as an OS.
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I read somewhere my board has no drivers for running Linux.I'll check the link you posted.
    
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Like I said, mostly you just use a Linux install and it has most drivers for the chipsets, and onboard LAN and audio controllers. If you have an unusual sound card, video capture card, or video card it can take some time for drivers to catch up. Some few items are unsupported due to the manufacturers not allowing access to their driver code, but this is rare.
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I'm not an expert on Linux by any stretch, but have a comfortable relationship with it that I have developed using it as my exclusive OS now for over 3 years. I'm often not entirely sure If I am even using the "linux buzz words" correctly so bear with me....

Kernel support is pretty broad for chip-sets, CPU's, sound, ethernet, wifi, SATA controllers etc. Motherboard manufactures do not maintain software side support for linux, rather, linux programmers maintain support for hardware.. Support for bleeding edge tech generally makes it to the latest unstable RC Kernels very quickly, however. Support in a stable kernel might be a month or 2 out. Then, that support won't find it's way into a distro install (unless you manually install the newer kernel) until perhaps 3-12+months later, depending on which distro you are interested in. (Some have much more aggressive or even rolling update cycles).

However, older Kernel versions are often maintained with updates as well, which would seem to be the case that explains why I am able to have good hardware support on a Richland A10 machine, on kernel version 3.8 (updated to the latest canonical maintained version), even though support for Richland doesn't officially show up in the "main" linux Kernel until 3.10.

In any case, you should have no major problems running Linux on that particular board. I've had great luck on a GA-F2A85XN-WIFI w/A10-6800k, which is a much newer chipset and CPU. The Wifi worked fine right off the bat.
     
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The board will work fine under linux.
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Thanks for the answers everyone!Ubuntu,I'm ready for you!
    
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Make sure to keep your BIOS up-to-date and after Ubuntu install, go to Ubuntu Software Center and search for amd64 microcode and install the latest amd64 microcode firmware available in the USC, if possible enable IOMMU from the BIOS (I have IOMMU at 64 MB, don't know your board)
    
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In my experience there is a conflict with trying to install the microcode.

For one thing, the last "updates" to the microcode in the package manager appear to be nearly 2 years old, so may not even be applicable to a modern CPU, furthermore, the package manager seems to think that it would be in conflict with the distro maintained kernel image update, which suggests to me that the "bugs" that are solved by the microcode, may have been solved by the updated kernel anyway. I'd leave the microcode alone unless you run into a specific issue that may be related.


If you're new to linux, I believe the best thing you can do to start off, is realize that you will likely break it and have to re-install, possibly many times before getting the "hang" of what you should and should not tinker with. With this understanding, a drive setup that has several smallish partitions (~64GB each is usually plenty) to use to install the OS to several times over can be very beneficial. I have a 64GB SSD for my "main" install but keep 3 or 4 other partitions on a mechy drive for other installations (some experimental, other for specific purposes, at least one for recovery purposes). All my important files stay on a "storage" partition that is configured to mount in all of the installs automatically to /media/Storage, NOT as /home (as that would actually cause a mess of problems between installs, though some people do it this way, I don't recommend it). I use symbolic links in the /home/user folder of each separate install to the storage drive for convenient access to documents, media, etc. This way, every install can basically be treated as an ongoing test bed, and upon breaking it, I can simply boot to another install and recover anything in the /home/user folder that was not where it should have been (storage drive), then proceed to wipe that partition and start another fresh test bed.

After you get the hang of finding working solutions for your hardware configuration, installs will likely remain stable over the long haul, and re-installs will just be to update to newer versions. At that point, those extra partitions will transition from being a place of recovery to a place to have fun experimenting with other distributions.

Best of luck,
Eric

PS: I recommend a manually configured swap partition, equal to the maximum amount of RAM the system will ever likely have installed (16-32GB)
     
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Really,thanks a bunch man!I know it'll help a lot!Can't wait to get it installed!
    
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