Gregory Fowler <gregory.fowler(a)oracle.com> writes:
On 4/28/2011 3:29 PM, lars(a)lamasti.net wrote:
> Hello, list
> In my kickstart file, I use 'bootloader --append=nomodeset norhgb'. Even
> though, I get the graphical boot when booting the live media. Last, I
> tried it, building a Fedora 15 livecd. What can I do to get the old text
> output during boot?
If you can't find what is causing the graphic on bootup, you can
scrubbing the bootloader config in the finish script.
##Kickstart early section
bootloader --append="console=tty console=ttyS0,115200n8 apic=debug
ignore_loglevel splash=verbose acpi=noirq"
Yes, but I had to remove the acpi=noirq parameter to get the test system
##Kickstart %post section
perl -pe 's/quiet|rhgb//' -i $LIVE_ROOT/isolinux/isolinux.cfg
I put a g after the two slashes to modify both quiet AND rhgb.
perl -pe 's/quiet|rhgb//' -i $LIVE_ROOT/EFI/BOOT/BOOTX64.conf
I use i686, so I modified it to look like:
perl -pe 's/quiet|rhgb//g' -i $LIVE_ROOT/EFI/boot/bootia32.conf
BTW: Can I build a x86_64 system from a i686 host?
Thank you, and best regards,