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Description of problem:
I installed FC2 T1 on my Dell Latitude C800 today. The install went
fine, then came the reboot... Grub loaded fine, but shortly after RHGB
loads the system reboots without warning.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
whatever is in FC2 test1
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install Fedora with RHGB.
2. Boot into Fedora.
3. RHGB loads.
4. RHGB switches back to text mode.
5. Setting hostname laptop-01 [ OK ]
Actual Results: The system reboots without warning after setting
Expected Results: Should load firstboot or GDM.
Dell Latitude C800
256 MB RAM
ATI Mobility M4
Looking at rc.sysint in initscripts 7.42, we're trying to load the
acpi drivers right after setting the hostname. This is on FC1, so I'm
not sure this is still the case in whatever version of initscripts is
Could you try setting acpi=off in your kernel command line at the grub
menu on boot?
Ok, acpi=off works. Changing to ACPI. Also looking to see if this is a
acpid is just the userspace daemon. The bug is in the kernel acpi
driver or, very likely, your BIOS and should be moved under 'kernel'.
If you're interested in debugging further, you might want to post to
the acpi-devel mailing list as well.
Also upgrade your BIOS to the latest version from the manufacturer and
see if boots with acpi enabled.
Changed to kernel. Will update BIOS and see post info shortly.
Now that I know it's a kernel issue I see that this is a dupe.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 117044 ***
Changed to 'CLOSED' state since 'RESOLVED' has been deprecated.