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I’ve just installed Fedora core 6 64 bit and am now not getting any display output after the boot screen Fedora will boot in 5 seconds I’m pretty sure this is an unsupported chipset for Linux.
I believe that VirtualBox is emulating a text mode terminal, based on the requests of the guest OS. Just starting out and have a question? Fossfreedom, I tried all the combos xforcevesa, nomodeset, xforcevesa nomodeset and they all gave the same blank screen.
Ubuntu Linux Performance note versions ppas used to update http: Xinerama with the vesa driver under Xfree86 4. February 27th, 2.
Setting it up about 1 year ago was an extremely painful procedure and required days of wrestling with it, and tweaking it, to allow it to recognize the Slackware torce Arch installs; it always recognized the Mint Linux install easily. It sounds to me that when grub uses the default video settings those are the boots that work correctly, gruub when it uses non-defaults I get the blank screen boot.
Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. This wiki page refers to the “SiS” video driver which contains the “XGI Volari” name of your graphics card – possibly your card is this type in disguise and you may be able to change the driver to “SiS”.
boot – How Do You Pass VGA/VESA Modes with GRUB2? – Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
How can I set this as my standard video configuration? I use Slackware and Arch from the command line and therefore console foece and font size are important factors. Any hints will be greatly appreciated, Baer. June 17th, 4. SHW 8, 3 35 Users browsing this forum: I had a similar problem with the install but managed to resolve this by running grhb install using the command Linux vesa at the [boot] prompt.
– Unsupported Video Chipset – How do I force Low-Graphics mode? – Ask Ubuntu
All times are GMT Tags for this Thread grub 2ubuntu They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. JohnM 31 1 1 2. I’m planning on running exactly one thing: Blacklisting the nouveau driver fixed the blank screen I was getting after grub.
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Possibly if you change the text Driver “fbdev” to Driver “vesa” this should give you slightly better VESA type graphics.