Description of problem:
When booting the .iso of F33 in VirtualBox, I can get through the process until “Started GNOME Display Manager” appears, and then it hangs. It will boot in VMWare and on actual hardware.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 33 beta 1.3
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a VM in VirtualBox
2. Boot from the .iso image of Fedora 33 beta
3. Wait through the process until “Started GNOME Display Manager” appears
The boot process hangs.
The desktop should appear.
On VirtualBox on Mac it completely aborts the VM once it gets to the same point. On Windows it just gets stuck.
I can’t access a tty terminal and removing “quiet” from the boot options doesn’t show anything extra before it hangs.
I can boot Fedora 33 successfully using VirtualBox 6.1.15 r140270 (Qt5.6.1) on Fedora 32.
Also it works on Windows now too... hm. I'm running Big Sur on the Mac, so I can overlook that bug. Haven't tried Catalina yet but I assume it works. This is likely just a coincidental incompatibility that looks like something else. Will report back shortly.
It works on Catalina (although the bootup text flashes, using 6.1.6 I think) so I'm chalking this up to something with VirtualBox and/or Big Sur rather than Fedora.
As for the Windows case, I updated VirtualBox and it didn't fix it, but after restarting I was able to boot F33 successfully.