F11B Non-Starter on ThinkPad T400
katzj at redhat.com
Wed Apr 1 14:35:38 UTC 2009
On Wednesday, April 01 2009, Gireesh said:
> > I have tried both the Radeon Test Day and the standard X86_64 ISOs
> > booting them from a USB drive I created using the Live USB tool on F10.
> > It makes no difference if I use the Radeon chip (aka Discreete Graphics)
> > or the Intel chip (aka Integrated Graphics). In each case, F11 Beta
> > boots to a blank, white screen with no visible text.
> The first thing that comes to mind is syslinux. F11 on live-usb
> requires a new version of syslinux than that in F10.
> >From your your regular F10 install do
> #yum --enablrepo=rawhide install syslinux
> and then create a live-usb again as usual. We have had a number of
> people(myself included) who got around to booting successfully by
> using Rawhides' syslinux.
And fwiw, this is already reported in bugzilla and I'm looking to see
what we can do to not require people to upgrade their syslinux
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