On 01/10/16 17:43, Reindl Harald wrote:
Am 02.10.2016 um 01:40 schrieb Robin Laing:
> On 01/10/16 12:40, Reindl Harald wrote:
>>> All logs just say the the module is not found as above.
>>> Any suggestions?
>> don't buy crap-hardware?
>> works here over the last 10 years fine
> What crap hardware?
hardware which needs out-of-tree kernel modules
Well, when there are full 3D functioning drivers within the kernel that
support all the features of the video card, then that would be great. I
am using CUDA on this machine.
I tried an AMD card on a computer last year and that was nothing but a
headache and I gave up after a few months of frozen machine and desktops.
> It isn't the hardware, something about the kernel
> update that did it. Looks like the blacklist didn't get into the grub
> kernel options. Strange that older kernel in grub menu boots find.
what about fix your /etc/default/grub and get rid of stuff which mangles
your boot configuration?
This is the /etc/default/grub after adding the blacklist yesterday.
Adding blacklist made no difference. This is what was in the grub file
going back months.
GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR="$(sed 's, release .*$,,g' /etc/system-release)"
nomodeset rhgb quiet rd.driver.blacklist=nouveau video=vesa:off "
> Most of the hardware is top of the line
i see by the existence of topic
I looked through the settings in grub and they have not changed. The
previous kernel runs beautifully. The latest one doesn't. Machine has
been in use and I have not had time to do tests as I had hoped. My
other machine is a F23 machine and I will do the updates tonight and see
if the problem is in F23 as well.
I am going to try to rebuild the akmods if I can later tonight as in the
other post. See what happens and if anything shows up in the logs.
Looking at my F23 machine, there is no blacklist in the
/etc/default/grub either and it works. with the 4.7.4 kernel.