Peter Joh. Brunner composed on 2017-03-10 17:16 (UTC+0100):
Thank you Felix and Patrick and Carlos for your help
But it's as i suspected - therefore i gave the
detailed data of my PC -
and the PCs Graphic card is too old.
i tried his thing with 'e' in the boot
select menue and altered the
boot parameters in several ways without success
in all cases when boot ended ok (protocol on
ctrl-alt-f7): black display
but on ctrl+alt+f1 there are messages:
... radeon 000:01:00.0: ring 0 stalled for more than >10 sec
(this i didn't mention before i my question to this list)
If you were to report this on bugzilla.kernel.org
I would amplify it with my own
experience and maybe it would get fixed. If you do file a report, please include
I can login as root on ctrl+alt+f1 and do as you
journalctl -b > somefile.txt
and cannot find an error there.
So i will stay with 13.2 on my server PC, and replace
it later on
with new hardware.
As you can see in my recent comments in
I had trouble much like yours with my Radeon 9000 AGP in Tumbleweed. However
there is probably at least one more thing you can try. Add to the kernel cmdline
after using e in Grub menu:
Though it didn't work for me, it did for others in my Google search. What did
work for me was removing my Radeon 9000 from the Pentium 4 PC it was in and put
it in an older Athlon XP PC. I put an older Radeon 7500 AGP in the Pentium 4 PC
and it works fine. And the 9000 works fine in the Athlon PC.
Last I looked, Radeon 7500s were plentiful and very cheap on eBay.
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