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Re[2]: After Update My FC5 get BLANK SCREEN.



Hello Jim,

Saturday, September 30, 2006, 3:27:11 AM, you wrote:

> Ivan Evstegneev wrote:
>> I don't know how can I check this... cause my FC5 don't even boots
>> up... so if you want to explain me how to do it... it would be much
>> helpful
> Try pressing any key when your computer is booting up to show the kernel
> line in grub. Highlight the kernel that you want to boot with. Press the
> a key to get into append mode where you can backspace out the rhgb entry
> and maybe the quiet option to show more details at boot time. After you
> remove the rhgb quiet from the kernel line, press the a key again to
> continue booting up your computer.
> The most likely problem is the program red hat graphical boot is locking
> up during your boot. If not the problem, you should be able to see where
> the computer is stopping and relay the text portion of the problem that
> you see when the computer stops responding.
> If you recently installed a new kernel, you might want to just try 
> booting in the last kernel version by showing the menu as above. Then 
> you arrow down to your alternate kernel selection to see if the older 
> kernel boots up alright for you.

> Jim

> -- 
> Good advice is something a man gives when he is too old to set a bad
> example.
>                 -- La Rouchefoucauld


the problem is that I have no old kernel line in my GRUB loader only
the new one is appeared...

-- 
Best regards,
 Ivan                            mailto:bravo elf gmail com


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