Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 277961
Kernel stops loading until any key is pressed
Last modified: 2009-01-08 23:52:30 EST
Description of problem:
When i boot kernel it stops on loading udev. I need to press any key or use my
touchpad to make it load. Then it stops again i have to do it again. It stops
on almost every single process. I boot my system having space key pressed
during boot or doing circles on my touchpad.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
2.6.23-0.161.rc5.fc8 on laptop Compaq v3000z
Happens every time i boot.
Try kernel parameters (one at a time):
I tried all of those, received same results. It stops on starting udev and when
i press any key or use touchpad it loads next thing and stops.
Some more options to try:
And try combinations of those and the earlier ones.
Nothing changed. All the time i am having error about pci=routeirq and i need
to press power button on my laptop so it can go further. If i boot with that
parameter it hangs on irq 22 and powerbutton helps to go further. It might
have something to do with that error.
I think I'm seeing the same thing during an anaconda install on a Pentium M
laptop, though hard to tell when udev gets started there. In my case all of the
options in comment #1 got it to stop hanging. Also, it just hangs once. We'll
see once the install is complete...
Kernel is 2.6.23-0.174.rc6.fc8
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I have the same bug after upgrading to fedora 10.
I used preupgrade to upgrade from fedora 8 to fedora 10.
I have an HP Pavilion DV6610ef computer, with an AMD athlon 64 X2 processor, 2Gb of RAM and an NVIDIA nforce chipset.
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