Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 186756
FC5 hangs after install on Athlon 1.1GHz
Last modified: 2013-03-13 00:50:16 EDT
Description of problem:
FC5 installs fine, on reboot, hangs on some message about starting system
message bus. Reboot and still the same. Give up and install Ubuntu.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I don't understand why there is a problem; FC5test1 worked fine on another
computer which has the same components except a memory of 384MB instead of 512MB.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install. Reboot.
Boot up nicely.
dmesg output from Ubuntu is attacked.
Created attachment 126760 [details]
dmesg output from Ubuntu
Reporter: Is this bug still a problem for you? It sounds like you have
in the meantime installed Ubuntu Linux on the computer in question. If
so, do you now have a way of reproducing the conditions you were seeing?
What exactly is the message that you see when it "hangs on some message
about starting system message bus"? What exact version of dbus are you
writing about here?
Also, I have no idea what you mean that the dmesg output from Ubuntu is
attacked? Attacked by whom or what? Where (what lines) in your
attachment 126760 [details] do you feel indicate this alledged attack? How is this
relevant to the dbus hanging?
Setting status on this bug "NEEDINFO REPORTER" for now.
Yes, I have installed Ubuntu over it. I can't remove Ubuntu now, so I can't
If I recall correctly, it just say something like Starting dbus and then it hangs.
The dbus version is what is on the FC5 install CD.
Sorry about the confusion about "attacked"; it is a typo. It should be attached.
Okay. I think there is nothing more that can be done with this bug ticket,
especially since you no longer have the machine around with the operating
system in question; so it cannot be reproduced. Closing. If you
feel this is an incorrect resolution, you are welcome to reopen this bug