Description of problem:
First boot hangs:
- Welcome (OK)
- License (OK)
- Create user - advanced xxx UID=500, GID=500 (OK)
- set time (hang)
- reboot = no BIOS. must must pull power from supply for ~15 minutes before
BIOS becomes accessible. Works on FC14 with nouveau
- can figure out other component versions because can't login. Update repos
used as of 10.Sep.2011.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Kernel = 18.104.22.168.5.fc15.i686.PAE
First boot, repeatable 3 times with fresh install each time
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install from DVD (GUI)
2. first boot
bring up user account
mobo= M3N78 8gB RAM
video= ASUS EN210 Silent using both HDMI and DVI outputs
Was able to login with kernel parameters
3 enforcing=0 rdblacklist=nouveau nouveau.modeset=0
no SELinus policy installed had to run "sepolgen-ifgen" and "autorelabel"
have CentOS 5 as MBR boot and FC13, FC14, and FC15 as boot partitions with a shared data partition "/dev/sda12" linked up as "/home/xxx/my" to all three platforms - hence UID and GID requirements.
when I get boot message:
1,807307 [drm] nouveau 0000:02:00.0 Pointer to BIT loadval table invalid
the boot process hangs even with nouveau.modeset=0, the PCIe address is the EN210. There was some mention of an FC13 bug wherein the wizards said it was not nouveau's fault.
also right after lm-sensors I always get
retrigger failed udev events
(does not effect hanging)
Note: the EN210 is new to this machine. It was in a Windows (Hyper-V) machine where is worked flawlessly.
Will try the built in MCP (nVidia 8200) and pull the EN210 to see what happens. I was using the built video (DVI) in conjunction with a PCIe 8300 to get my second DVI port. I switched to the EN210 to get dual digital (TMDS) because there was no progress with either nouveau or xrandr supporting two video devices. The EN210 has independent HDMI and DVI ports to support the two 24" monitors.
If it is the fault of the video adapter's support, is there a dual digital adapter that is supported?
noticed that /var/log/anaconda/anaconda.xlog failed to load nouveau_dri.so which is part of the installed mesa-dri-drivers package
I'm a bit confused. In comment #1 you say you could boot with nouveau.modeset=0 (which would indicate it could be nouveau's fault), and in comment #2 you say it hangs even *with* nouveau.modeset=0 (which would indicate it's probably *not* nouveau's fault)?
Also FWIW, nouveau supports 2 video devices just fine. The limitations of that come from the X server itself.
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