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Gentoo boot issue, possibly framebuffer?

I'm not sure; I'd suggest using another computer as a serial console to 
log the kernel messages if possible.

-- Michael Gorse / AIM:linvortex / --

On Wed, 29 Jun 2005, Josh ChaitinPollak wrote:

> Hi,
> I've been installing a Gentoo system for the last few days (off and on), and 
> I just got it setup the way I want, except that now it won't boot correctly. 
> I recompiled the kernel and tweeked some settings, and now when I try to boot 
> the first few lines of the kernel flash by, but then the monitors flash off 
> and give a warning that the display signal is not compatible.
> At this point, I can press Ctrl-Alt-Delete and restart, but the computer does 
> not seem to be booting up normally, because if I wait a few minutes, I still 
> can't ssh into the system.
> I'm sorry I can't give more detail, the kernel logs flash by so quickly I 
> can't even tell what the last thing displayed before the screen goes black 
> is.
> Any thoughts?
> I've tried passing:
> video=vga16:off in to the kernel at boot time using grub, but that doesn't 
> seem to help. :(
> -Josh
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