Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 211080
Anaconda fails on Intel D101GGC motherboard
Last modified: 2015-01-04 17:29:05 EST
Description of problem:
Anaconda fails on intel D101GGC motherboard. It shows some junk text and stops
Check the pic at http://flickr.com/photos/kushaldas/253161983/
Simply try to install FC-5 on a Intel D101GGC motherboard box.
does the keyboard respond at this point ?
If so, have a look on the other tty's, as there is probably a kernel oops.
We'll need to see that to further diagnose.
Keyboard is not working. Tried all other tty's, but nothing is coming after that
i have see that is that is a card ATI and serial SATA
you can test installtion with this parametre
vesa for ATI no driver of fedora FC6
from support intel
if you mixed the command installation
it s possibel that the installtion win
Tried with FC-6 , but still all failing.
It freezes in the first screen only :(
FC-2 works on that motherboard.
I changed the motherboard to Intel 865 for FC-6. But the problem exits for the
other people with same configuration
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I don't have the motherboard any more :(