I have been handed a second hand proliant dl360 server with a linux distro loaded on it. When I boot the server is says (not exact words):
This server was designed for a different operating system:
(f1) to continue
(some other options)
I press f1 and the OS loads just fine. I basically just want to know how to get rid of this message? I have checked the bios and nothing jumps out at me. It is a real pain to walk down to the server room if this thing needs to be rebooted.
Cool, did not know it would do that for you without the CD.
If you are in the bios, look for something like "Primary Operating System". You should be able to see somewhere in the bios then where to set
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