[blag-whereto] to Junichirô & Veganix

veganix veganix at riseup.net
Sat Nov 9 14:09:21 UTC 2013

Hi Tristan!
Hope you are having a good time in the mountains:-)

If the boot process is faster with a fedora kernel than the freed-ora 
one, it sounds like your hardware is missing something on freed-ora, and 
possibly looking for non-free. Try installing kernel-libre-firmware if 
you haven't already.
Part of the problem could also be related to a different issue: if 
installs or changes are made on other partitions or drives, booting 
freed-ora/fedora will hang for a while before arriving at login - 
probably because the naming/uuid of the other partitions/drives have 
changed, and freed-ora/fedora probes for them at boot.

See you soon!

robert (veganix)

Den 08. nov. 2013 18:30, skrev Weyasey:
> Hi Tristan
> Glad to hear you are having a break, enjoy your trip to the mountains 
> hope it's not too cold oh that's if you are not looking for snow hehe.
> Regards
> Vasco
> On 8 November 2013 11:46, tristan <pinmaritim at riseup.net 
> <mailto:pinmaritim at riseup.net>> wrote:
>     hi there
>     just a small message to say i will not be around on the IRC for a
>     few days
>     1) am going up to the mountains
>     2) had to reboot the Freed-ora into Fedora19
>     i have a black screen period between the kernel number and the log in
>     which was lasting a good 10 seconds..
>      as much as a form of power slump..i guess my pc is showing signs
>     of weakening
>     power unit or the graphic card..
>     rebooting into F19 the boot process is much faster..but still a
>     little black scren period...
>     i still had a proprietary Os(SalixMaté)on another HDD & i have a
>     power slump with LILO..the fans slow down to a vibrating point..!
>     i checked in the BIOS=Power & voltages seems fine but i guess its
>     at the boot up that resources are the most demanded..it's an old
>     machine afterall too ..
>     Anyway will see all of this later ..mountains first..
>     so see you soon
>     tristan
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> V
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