I don't know precisely what is causing the problem in this case, but can give my general understanding of the class of problems. It comes down to different computers having different graphics cards or the equivalent built onto the motherboard or into a laptop.
They all can draw pretty pictures. However, except for really basic read as slow drawing, how the software needs to talk to the card is different for every card. In the Windows world, this means you need different graphics drivers for different cards.
You might ask why not just make 'nomodeset' the default. Worse yet, it may not even work on some newer cards. In this case the decision was made by the people actually writing this part of the software we are using to make the new method the default and allow an option to select the old one and request bug reports.
If we were booting from a hard drive, it would be easy to go in and make a trivial change on the machines with the problem and never have to worry about it again. Unfortunately, CDs are harder to modify. If you are willing to have users select from a menu rather then boot without any input, both the CD and floppy helper can give the user the option of which mode to select. It should be possible to modify a USB stick to have a menu as well. Actually, I believe there actually is a menu hidden in all of the current environments.
If you hit a key it may have to be escape fast enough, you can actually get a menu and you can manually add the nomodeset option yourself every time you use that machine. It's probably easier to show you how to do this then to describe it. Jump to: navigationsearch. So what is nomodeset, why do we need nomodeset on some computers and not others?
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Quick links. Forum rules Before you post please read how to get help. On 2nd boot try, I got a screen? Then, after a week or so Getting to a menu, on an otherwise blank screen, I pressed "e" to edit the GRUB file, typing in "nomodeset xforcevesa" on the line that began with "Linux" - and the computer booted. Question: How do I save that little command? I went through the entire process this morning and found that I had to re-type that command.
The GRUB file comes with admonitions not to edit it. What do I poke in to save "nomodeset xforcevesa" during boot? Jerry Warrenton VA. Last edited by JerryW on Fri Mar 20, pm, edited 1 time in total.
There may well be a driver available for your hardware.
In terminal, please run this command and post the output: Code: Select all inxi -Gx. I do not have a separate video board, but am using the graphics capability native to the MB Jerry. Please do not run inxi as root, please post the output of inxi -Gx as normal user no sudo!
Org: 1. Once you do that, run "sudo update-grub" to regenerate grub. If you use another Mint, please tell me which version you're using. Thanks Jerry. I can understand that developers don't want users to be tinkering with the grub. Something happened?! Any advice before I just go in and add those two Swahili words to grub. Code: Select all sudo update-grub. Re: nomodeset xforcevesa Post by austin. Mint Show 75 post s from this thread on one page Page 1 of 11 1 2 Last Jump to page:.
Ручное задание параметра «nomodeset» в загрузочной строке ядра для загрузки Linux
On some hardware configurations, you need to set some kernel parameters for ubuntu to boot or work properly. In this how to I will explain briefly what this is and how to do it. This how to applies to ubuntu It may not apply to wubi, I dont know how to do it in wubi.
So all the programming of the hardware specific clock rates and registers on the video card happen in the kernel rather than in the X driver when the X server starts. This makes it possible to have high resolution nice looking splash boot screens and flicker free transitions from boot splash to login screen.
Unfortunately, on some cards this doesnt work properly and you end up with a black screen. Adding the nomodeset parameter instructs the kernel to not load video drivers and use BIOS modes instead until X is loaded. Note that this option is sometimes needed for nVidia cards when using the default "nouveau" drivers.
Installing proprietary nvidia drivers usually makes this option no longer necessary, so it may not be needed to make this option permanent, just for one boot until you installed the nvidia drivers. What I understand it does but corrections are welcomeis prevent the kernel from reporting to the bios that its any windows version the bios asks for.
By default, the kernel pretends to be all windows versions, that way we are certain the bios executes all the code needed to initialize the hardware. Unfortunately, some bioses contain fixes to fix problems with specific windows versions notably vista that arent needed or dont work for other OS's. Setting Code:. APCI is an essential part of any somewhat modern PC and turning it off can cause bigger issues than it solves disable fans etc.
If you need it, the above tutorial can help in setting the option, but Im reluctant to advertise the option. And what are the differences between the two?
It just makes the kernel not pretend its windows to the acpi bios and that can avoid problems with bioses where windows errata are fixed in bios for a specific windows OS by default linux will pretend to be any windows version. Really a valuable how-to. It's only thanks to it, that my new and rather expensive Panasonic Toughbook became usable for me.
My gratitude to P4man! Can anyone with wubi experience point me in the right direction how to do this in wubi? Wubi uses grub4dos right? Or windows bootloader chainloading grub4dos? Wubi overrides are identical to what is in post 1 - once it is installed.
To override on the initial install is different and to complicate things, since Ubuntu NOTE : this initial Wubi-specific override is effective only for a single boot. After that you need to either make it permanent or continue to override as shown in post 1. Method 1 traditional way, if you downloaded the ISO or ran installed from a CD : after the windows part is completed you reboot to do the actual install ubiquity is setup to auto-install to the defined virtual disk based on settings provided to wubi.
The first time you select Ubuntu from the windows boot manager, you'll see Code:.Most users will get by just fine by making selections in the bootloader menus, which provide a convenient GUI for setting some of the options documented here.
You can use the F12 key in the bootloader to see what boot options are selected by your current menu choices. Boot codes not listed in the menus must be added manually. These options control how the Live media boots. The location of this file will be used for other Live features such as persistence and remastering. X bootlogd dns-clean hdparm hwclock. Matt: why are you on this page at all which is for expert use? Just look at the Users Manual, Section 2.
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Remastering —f. X-Windows —g. Other Live System Features —h. New for antiX! If you want to boot more than one Live system on the same device or if you want to do a frugal install, you should change that directory and use the bdir parameter to point to the new directory.
Debugging the boot process is described in the antiX FAQs. Sometimes booting problems can be tracked down to a missing driver or a driver that is not getting loaded.
These two boot parameters can be helpful in tracking down such problems. Set one or more breakpoints in the live-init script separated by commas. Modules also called drivers sometimes need to be loaded to allow the kernel to talk to certain types of hardware. Most of the time this is taken care of automatically but if you have very old or unusual hardware, there might be a glitch.This article or section needs expansion.
Kernel Mode Setting KMS is a method for setting display resolution and depth in the kernel space rather than user space. The Linux kernel's implementation of KMS enables native resolution in the framebuffer and allows for instant console tty switching. KMS also enables newer technologies such as DRI2 which will help reduce artifacts and increase 3D performance, even kernel space power-saving. Previously, setting up the video card was the job of the X server. Because of this, it was not easily possible to have fancy graphics in virtual consoles.
This makes fancy graphics during bootup, virtual console and X fast switching possible, among other things. KMS is typically initialized after the initramfs stage. However it is possible to already enable KMS during the initramfs stage.
If you are using a custom EDID file not applicable for the built-in resolutionsyou should embed it into initramfs as well:. Then regenerate the initramfs. See Linux console Fonts for how to change your console font to a large font. The Terminus font terminus-font is available in many sizes, such as tern which is larger. Alternatively, disabling modesetting might switch to lower resolution and make fonts appear larger.
Polling for connected display devices on older systems can be quite expensive. Poll will happen periodically and can in worst cases take several hundred milliseconds, depending on the hardware.
This will cause visible stalls, for example in video playback. These stalls might happen even when your video is on HDP output but you have other non HDP outputs in your hw configuration.
If you experience stalls in display output occurring every 10 seconds, disabling polling might help. If you see an error code of 0x 2 while booting up, you will get about 10 lines of text, the last part denoting that error codeuse:. If your native resolution is not automatically configured or no display at all is detected, then your monitor might send none or just a skewed EDID file.
The kernel will try to catch this case and will set one of the most typical resolutions. In case you have the EDID file for your monitor you merely need to explicitly enforce it see below. However most often one does not have direct access to a sane file and it is necessary to either extract an existing one and fix it or to generate a new one.
Other solutions are outlined in details in this article. Extracting an existing one is in most cases easier, e. After having prepared your EDID place it in a folder, e. To load it at boot, specify the following in the kernel command line :. For the built-in resolutions, refer to the table below.Command Center.
Friday, February 22, On some hardware configurations, you need to set some kernel parameters for ubuntu to boot or work properly. In this how to I will explain briefly what this is and how to do it. This how to applies to ubuntu It may not apply to wubi, I dont know how to do it in wubi. So all the programming of the hardware specific clock rates and registers on the video card happen in the kernel rather than in the X driver when the X server starts.
This makes it possible to have high resolution nice looking splash boot screens and flicker free transitions from boot splash to login screen. Adding the nomodeset parameter instructs the kernel to not load video drivers and use BIOS modes instead until X is loaded. Note that this option is sometimes needed for nVidia cards when using the default "nouveau" drivers. Installing proprietary nvidia drivers usually makes this option no longer necessary, so it may not be needed to make this option permanent, just for one boot until you installed the nvidia drivers.
What I understand it does but corrections are welcomeis prevent the kernel from reporting to the bios that its any windows version the bios asks for. By default, the kernel pretends to be all windows versions, that way we are certain the bios executes all the code needed to initialize the hardware.
Unfortunately, some bioses contain fixes to fix problems with specific windows versions notably vista that arent needed or dont work for other OS's. Setting Code:. Newer Post Older Post Home. My Blog List. How can I uninstall software on a Debian or Ubuntu Linux?
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Hey All, My computer's specs. I'm a total beginner to Linux but not technically illiterate. I have installed Linux Mint on a friends computer already and it seemed pretty flawless.
I decided it would be nice to have Linux on a separate hard drive on my computer. I downloaded the Linux Mint Cinnamon 64 Bit to my hard drive.
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I choose Linux Mint and the screen goes to black and never comes back. After about 15 seconds of hanging there, my monitor shuts off and lets me know that there is no signal present. It never comes backbut after about 1 minuteI do hear the Linux Chime. I only know this because on my friends computer, once Linux loads, that same Chime is heard.
However, my computers monitor says no signal is present and I can't see anything. This lead me to check online for people with similar problems. First people wrote that you need to be in legacy mode and not UEFI. If there is a way to get it into pure legacy mode, I don't know how to do it They recommended turning off fast boot.
My fast boot was already disabled. Then I came across a forum post about adding a line of text to the boot command "nvidia. I'm not really sure what else to do. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Mike. The Nvidia trick is still the likely solution.Ubuntu Black Screen of DEATH - Howto Fix It
Try again booting the USB, but interrupt the boot and try adding "nomodeset" without the quotes next to "quiet" and "no splash" and then F10 to resume booting. I'm at work so trying to pull this out of memory