Description of problem:
When booting off Fedora 9-Beta LiveCD x86, I load as far as "Loading udev" then
display goes blank and no activity on CD
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 9-Beta LiveCD
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot off CD
2. Video goes blank and monitor light goes off (as if video is gone)
ASUS K8N-E Deluxe Motherboard
ATI X1600 AGP Video
Dell 1703FPt LCD Monitor
Fedora 8 with latest updates running A-OK
Can you edit the kernel command line and remove rhgb and see if that helps?
I removed the rhgb portion of the line and it booted to the login prompt. Then
it went to what I understand to be the GUI screen (but screen went blank and
can you attach an xorg.log file from when it happens? or does it die completely?
try adding option "bustype" "pci" to your xorg log file.
This is the LiveCD and I am booting off it. It dies at the time that it appears
the GUI might be loading. I tried ctrl-alt-bkspace and ctrl-f1, etc. I think the
gui load locks up the system or something. I have not tried installing it from
command-line and playing with the xorg.conf file yet. I am currently running
Fedora 8 and quite happy :-P.. I wanted to place a bug report so that it could
possibly be fixed before final release as I plan to upgrade. Others might also
have the same problem with the LiveCD and would not want to give bad opinion on it.
Pretty sure this is a cascade of failures, the radeon driver in the beta was
wildly misconfigured for R500 hardware. Should be fixed in rawhide. Please try
again with the release candidate (when it comes out, any day now), and reopen if
this problem is still there.
I am downloading latest as I type. I will add more information once done. Thanks!