September 15th, 9. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Joined Jul Posts 1. Just starting out and have a question? You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. The process we are following is described here: Even if this failure has to be reported this does not happen more than once.
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To post a comment you must log in. Often a more recent Fedora release includes newer upstream software that fixes bugs or makes them obsolete.
Bug attachments dmesg edit uname edit lspci edit version edit Add attachment. However I had to roll-back to 7. September 14th, 6. It would be fine if the gm tries to read the EDID only once and then stops trying if it fails see patch from solution 2. Same on Fedora 16 with kernel 3. The first thing was to flash the bios to the latest version to overcome a kernel panic – only 64bit Linux’s required it.
As it happens an output of ‘lspci -vvn -s This option does not exist in kernel 2. Version-Release number of selected component if applicable: The time now is liunx In Red Hat BugzillaEesger eesger-redhat-bugs wrote on All times are GMT In any case the hardware worked without such fireworks with older Fedora releases. September 14th, 3. After switching the affected machine to Fedora 16 with 3.
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I did not try to rebuild initramfs. I ran the host os plus a virtual machine and the performance was excellent but I would really like to be able to use the internal drives of course. Comment on this change optional.
Although, if it helps recommendationsI have just installed Ubuntu 7. The abovementioned patch is included upstream in kernel 3. Possibly not exactly as https: Also it’s not a great idea using an alpha OS release in a production system!
Join Date Dec Beans 2. The end result of all this is that Debian 64bit was the best and detected most hardware but Oracle doesn’t support it so it’s no good to me. Axel Mueller aegges wrote on Email me about changes to this bug report.
Gm am not sure if I did not speak too soon. So I guess you can install ubuntu linux without any problem.
Here is the description of the latest bios version: Using EDID range info for vertical refresh. X behaves very jerky because of the load caused by the kernel demanding the EDID every 10 seconds. I do not know at this moment if some undesirable side-effects will lonux show up but so far so good.
If you would still like to see this bug fixed and are able to reproduce it against a later version of Fedora, you are encouraged to click on “Clone This Bug” top right of this page and open it against that version of J2a. No idea if this will really help any but you can check.