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RE: Boot hangs at UDEV



Hi Roger...

Various people reported something similar when installing onto a Dell Optiplex 320 desktop. Does the laptop have sata drives?

The reason you get the rescue-cd to load/install, is that the entire OS is on the cd. I'm assuming that you managed to actually go through, and install F8 on the laptop, but that you now cannot boot the laptop without it hanging on the UDEV step...





-----Original Message-----
From: fedora-list-bounces redhat com
[mailto:fedora-list-bounces redhat com]On Behalf Of Roger Grosswiler
Sent: Sunday, November 11, 2007 11:44 PM
To: gilboad gmail com
Cc: For users of Fedora
Subject: RE: Boot hangs at UDEV


> On Fri, 2007-11-09 at 19:20 +1030, John Arthur wrote:
>> >
>> > After having installed F8 last night, I finally got my reboot ;)
>> >
>> > surprise, surprise, everything booting, grub coming up, nash
>> > and so on, LVM recognizing partitions, next step would be
>> > starting UDEV...
>> >
>> > waiting, drinking coffee, no UDEV, waiting one hour
>> > patiently...still waiting.
>> >
>> > Finally i gave up last night.
>> >
>> > What can this be? Is this know?
>> >
>> > I use F8 on a HP Notebook XT1000, which was no problem with
>> > F7. Where do i have to search? Or is this a known issue?
>> >
>>
>> I have a similar problem with and Intel DG965WH motherboard with over 4G
>> ram.
>> Passing the boot parameter mem=4G fixes the problem, but now I'm not using
>> all my RAM.
>>
>> Regards John
>>
>>
>
> OT. Have you filed a bug report about it?
> Assuming that this is a kernel issue (and not a firmware issue) this
> should be fixes ASAP.
>
> - Gilboa
>
>
>

Hello,

No entry in bugzilla, no.

Roger

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