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Old 7th December 2008, 01:42 AM
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Question Q: Upgraded FC9->FC10 = booting and after anacron..BOOM! display lost!

Hi guys,

I upgraded FC9 to FC10, and during boot time as I understand FC10 is fumbling with switching mountpoints, that seems to be the first odd point for me..

but this is the real problem:

bootup sequence goes,

it prompts to go in interactive mode,

I press "I" but it does not acknowledge it fast

so I watch services starting up

after anacron


display lost! (monitor shut down, Linux is still operative as it shuts down when I blindly press power button to auto shut down the sys)

one notice:
on FC9 was installed proprietary ATI driver from ATIAMD. I think there might be the problem.

sorry for previous post typos "WHI MIVED MZ KEZTIPS?"..I was typing in hurry blindy

Last edited by funksterX; 8th December 2008 at 03:48 AM. Reason: WHI MIVED MZ KEZTIPS?
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