Yes, it is the Intel 7300 chipset for server. It requires a discrete graphics chip which
in this case is an ATI ES1000.
I did check out the link and it does appear to be similar but is not the same. This system
I have does not have access to a network connection so I cannot try to remote login with
Monroe Taylor III
From: Mads Kiilerich [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, May 14, 2010 5:30 PM
To: Taylor, Monroe E
Subject: Re: [Fedora-livecd-list] Live USB image does not complete the boot process
I assume you are using Intel chipset?
From the description it sounds a lot like a recent regression tracked
, but that is not
related to livecd at all ...
It is just a wild guess. Please let the list know if it helped you.
Taylor, Monroe E wrote, On 05/15/2010 01:34 AM:
I use livecd-creator and a custom kickstart file to create F12 liveUSB
images. I have created a few images which worked well until a month
ago when I made some changes to allow root login and set SELinux to
Now when I create an image, it does not work as expected in that the
Fedora logo screen is not displayed and the Gnome Desktop does not
launch on one out of 6 computers.
What happens is when I install the USB and turn on the power the BIOS
splash screen is displayed. Additionally, the Fedora count down screen
is also displayed. However, after the count down has completed, the
screen goes dark with only the cursor displayed. After a few seconds
the monitor loses synchronization and the message "No input signal" is
displayed and Gnome Desktop does not launch.
This started occurring on or around March 25. Prior to that time I did
not have this issue.
The liveUSB I previously created still works all 6 computers.
Also, I download the Fedora live image, burned it to a USB and tried
it. It also exhibits the issue.
In trying to diagnose this, I downloaded F12 installation DVD and
installed it on the one computer which exhibits this issue and
everything worked fine.
I would at least like to see whether the computer is getting to the
startup mode which allows for interactive boot...
Is there a way to determine which (if any) of the boot scripts are
executed before the message "No input signal" is displayed?
Or is there a way that I can bypass or disable the live countdown
splash screen altogether to see how far it is getting in the boot
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