Want to install Presence 6.0(1) and have the IBM x336: x2 Xeon 3.2 Ghz / 2 Gb RAM / 1 HDD SCSI 73.4Gb U320
I've checked the document CUP Server Support Matrix and look through MCS-7825-* models and get the following:
1. 7825-H1-IPC1 or 7825-I1-IPC1: x1 P4 3.4 Ghz / 2 Gb RAM / x2 80Gb SATA HDD
2. 7825-H2-IPC1 or 7825-I2-IPC1: x1 Pentium D Dualcore 2.8 or 3.4 Ghz / 2 Gb RAM / x2 80Gb SATA HDD
3. 7825-H2-IPC2 or 7825-I2-IPC2: x1 P4 3.4 Ghz / 2 Gb RAM / x2 80Gb SATA
4. 7825-H3-IPC1 or 7825-I3-IPC1: x1 Xeon Dualcore 2.13 Ghz / 2 Gb RAM / x2 160Gb SATA
While trying to install software get the error (Unsupported hardware).
Can I change anything, i mean hardware, to install CUP 6.0(1) onto this server ?
I would have to say yes on this. You can try and see. It will kick you out within the first 10 minutes of the install if the hardware is not valid.
Both IBMs and HPs are supported.
This Data Sheet lists the supported servers for Presence installation. It includes both HP and IBM servers
This links to the approved server configurations for HP and IBM servers. Look at the IBM link to find the customer-provided equivalent of the MCS servers listed in the first link.
I agree with Tommer that if this is for a lab or demo environment, VMWare would be an attractive alternative. Otherwise, the install process will verify that the hardware meets the specs in the links, and if successful, result in an unsupported installation.
Hope this helps.