Description of problem:
Fedora 11 Installer and installed system will not boot unless acpi=off in boot line.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
How reproducible: Always
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot into Fedora 11 installer or installation without acpi=off in the command line
System hangs halfway through boot.
ASUS F50sf laptop with Intel Core 2 Duo T6500 processor 4GB DDR2 RAM and 1 GB Nvidia GT220M graphics card.
Did you checked common bugs for Fedora 11? Please review this document, there might be answer for you
Also if this still happens on Fedora 12, please try to provide more details - where exactly does it hang? Which starting service is crashing your box? Turn off the quite mode and observe the output etc ..
I don't see any answer ...
Does the issue persist? This seems to be rather kernel issue. There were a couple of kernel updates. So I'd like to know if the issue still exists and I'd like to obtain dmesg and /var/log/messages when it persists.
Otherwise F-11 support will be finished just after releasing F-13. Please, let me know the current status of the bug.
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There is not enough information to reproduce or to find the source of problems. If problems persists reopen the bug with additional information. In this case I recommend to reopen it against kernel.