I still have problems with the following issue, with the latest updates
on 11.3 (at least since kernel 184.108.40.206-0.4) and with 11.4 MS5:
I have done a fresh openSUSE 11.3 (32bit) install on a
ThinkCentre M58p 6234-1AG (C2D E8400, Q45 Express, GMA 4500, 82567LM-3).
With the normal Kernel 220.127.116.11-0.2-desktop the system
works, but if I
try to but with the Xen-Kernel 18.104.22.168-0.2-xen, the boot begins, but
suddenly stops in a very early state.
The last messages I see are:
Doing fast boot
Then the screen goes blank and finaly in sleep mode. To reboot I
have to power off and then power on again the system :-(
With this old installation, after changing in the menu.lst from "kernel
/xen.gz vgamode=0x317" to "kernel /xen.gz vga=mode-0x317" it worked, but
finaly I made a "zypper up" and I was not able to get running this
system with the Xen-kernel again.
Is there nobody who has an idea why this problem occurs and how to fix
it? I can't believe that this problem exists in the SuSE-kernel (or
where ever) since some updates of 11.3 and still is not fixed in the
11.4 alpha version :-(
I'm quite sure that the problem is the Intel onboard graphic, because I
have the same problem on my ThinkPad X60s with Intel onboard graphic,
while it works on all other ThinkPads with ATI graphic card.
And if I plug a PCI VGA-card in my ThinkCentre M58p, the Xen-kernel also
works out of the box without any problems.
Thanks a lot,
Chau y hasta luego,
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