On Fri, 16 Feb 2007 00:47:53 -0700, Phil Meyer <[email protected]> took time to say the following: >Charles R. Buchanan wrote: >> I installed Fedora 6 yesterday and when booting up, there is no video. >> The monitor is on (indicator light is green). During the install, it >> correctly identified the video card so I assume it loaded/installed the >> correct drivers for it. >> >> Anyone ever experience this? >> >> Thanks! >> >> > >I suspect that rhgb (red hat graphical boot) is the issue. > >Boot to a rescue CD, do the chroot, edit /etc/grub.conf, or >/mnt/sysimage/boot/grub/grub.conf if ya don't wanna do the chroot thing. > >Remove the rhgb (delete the word) from the kernel (the only place it >exists is the kernel line, so just search for rhgb and remove that word). > >exit rescue gracefully and all should be well the next time you boot up. > >There are still several video cards that just simply do not like the >graphical boot. > >Good Luck! Thanks. Will try that as soon as this download of knoppix is done. The SuSe live dvd was trashed.