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Re: rhgb hangs



Jesse Keating wrote:
On Thu, 2006-04-27 at 23:15 -0400, Richard Hally wrote:
Has anyone run into the problem where booting with rhgb hangs the
boot process at the point where X tries to start (to display the rhgb) and all you get is the large "X" in the middle of the screen? Ctrl-alt-backspace can be used to kill X and the boot continues. X starts normally later in the boot sequence.

This is due to networking being slightly busted with this kernel.
Networking is broken even to the point of RHGB connecting to itself or
something like that.  Revert your kernel and all will work.


Thanks for the info Jesse! It is easy enough to just hit Ctrl-alt-backspace and continue the boot.

Richard



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