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Description of problem:
When trying to do a network install from directories created off the
RHEL 4 Beta1 CD's, the installed gets through the text part of the
When I get the message anaconda starting, my monitor (Mitsubishi
Diamond Pro 710s) and graphic chipset (i815) are detected correctly.
When the switch is made to graphical mode, the screen fills with
bright graphical garbage. I can see the cursor for a brief second on
NOTE: I have successfully installed from this CD set in a vmware
virtual machine without problem.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot on my machine with an Intel 815 chipset
2. Wait for the graphical part of the install
Actual Results: A screen full of grabage.
Expected Results: The graphical install screen
After the text install failed for a different reason. I missed the
command line, and the installer booted fine into the graphical mode.
I looked a little bit more. What I seem to be seeing is this:
1. If I reboot by pressing the reset button, the graphical install
hangs with grabage on the screen.
2. If I enter rescue mode and let the software cause the reboot, I can
install in graphical mode fine.
This sounds like a BIOS or X bug
Looks like this could be a problem with the machine I'm using. I
tried installing RHEL 3 AS back on the machine (which I have done in
the past with no problem) a have had even worse problems.
May not be a software bug.
I must have acidentally clicked on the revolsed radio box when
submitting the above comment. I have reopen the bug
X.Org X11 (xorg-x11) is the X11 implementation in RHEL4, which
has replaced XFree86 from previous OS releases.
Reassigning to "xorg-x11" component.
This appears to be the infamous i810 "refresh" bug which was
present in Fedora Core 3, and early RHEL4 builds. This issue
is resolved in our current rawhide xorg-x11, and is believed
to also be resolved in the final RHEL4 xorg-x11 as well.
Setting status to "MODIFIED". If the official RHEL4 xorg-x11
does not resolve this issue, please set the status back to
"ASSIGNED" and update the report with any relevant details, and
we will re-examine the issue.
Thanks in advance.
The release of RHEL-4 seems to resolve this issue. I have install a couple
times in graphics mode.