[lfs-support] Blank screen when booting with 3.13.3 kernel. - LFS 7.5
krejzi at email.com
Wed Mar 12 09:11:08 PDT 2014
On 03/12/2014 05:09 PM, rhubarbpieguy at gmail.com wrote:
> On 03/12/14 10:19, Merell L. Matlock, Jr. wrote:
>> On 03/12/14 10:54, Armin K. wrote:
>>> On 03/12/2014 03:46 PM, rhubarbpieguy at gmail.com wrote:
>>>> I've built LFS 7.5 with the 3.13.3 kernel but receive a blank screen
>>>> upon booting. As an experiment, I unselected AGP Support in my kernel
>>>> configuration and can successfully boot. My thinking was perhaps
>>>> there's a problem with AGP support.
>>>> However, as I'm running LFS/BLFS 7.4, I compiled that 3.10.10 kernel in
>>>> my LFS 7.5 build and CAN successfully with with AGP support. I compiled
>>>> the kernel with the same .config I used when compiling the LFS 7.5
>>>> 3.13.3 kernel. I also received a blank screen with the 3.13.5 kernel,
>>>> so the problem isn't unique to 3.13.3.
>>>> It appears there's a problem with newer kernels. However, I certainly
>>>> can't ignore the possibility of user error, as that's my "talent." A
>>>> few questions:
>>>> Does it make sense it's a kernel version problem?
>>>> If not, what might I have done wrong?
>>>> Will there be problems running an older kernel (3.10.10) than the kernel
>>>> with which I built LFS 7.5 (3.13.3)?
>>> Have you enabled framebuffer console? CONFIG_FRAMEBUFFER_CONSOLE=y
>> Similar problem with me; mine was radeon related. I had to blacklist
>> (/etc/blacklist.conf) the radeon module in 7.4 until I had finished
>> building X and Mesa. I also spent almost a week before I found out that
>> I also needed firmware for my card as well. Once I had all the pieces
>> in place, I removed the radeon entry from the blacklist, and it boots
>> fine, with the open-source drivers. I test-built 7.5 RC-1, leaving
>> radeon totally out of the kernel config, and it booted fine. I've been
>> off on an arc-tangent for awhile, and I'll get back to 7.5 later.
>> Merell Matlock
> Yes, CONFIG_FRAMEBUFFER_CONSOLE is enabled.
Could you post your kern.log from /var/log after you boot? (you can get
it from chroot after reboot iirc). Compress it before sending or it
might get blocked.
Note: My last name is not Krejzi.
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