boot gets stuck setting clock with linux-libre 4.15
using the linux-libre 4.15 kernel openrc gets stuck setting the system clock using the hardware clock
this problem was not present with kernel 4.14 and previous
- linux-libre 4.15.2_gnu-1
- linux-libre 4.15.9_gnu-2
- linux-libre 4.15.9_gnu-3
- linux-libre 4.16.7_gnu-1
- linux-libre 4.17.2_gnu-1
Updated by bill-auger over 1 year ago
- Assignee set to Megver83
- Status changed from fixed to open
it seems that ovruni closed the issue because of the comment:
"works fine with linux 4.15.10-1"
but pribib just pointed out that was linux not linux-libre - and that the problem still exists in linux-libre - so i am re-opening this
Updated by Megver83 about 1 year ago
This bug, which seems very specific to your machine, could be due to some patch we use that ArchLinux doesn't. Try to build the latest linux-libre from abslibre but without patching anything..
If that doesn't work, please send us a video or photo of the bug (if it can be a video, the better), and also try to boot in fallback mode. If fallback doesn't work, then it is a serious problem.
Updated by pribib about 1 year ago
problem exists with linux-libre fallback, hardened and pck too
is this the best guide to use to "build the latest linux-libre from abslibre but without patching anything"?
I have the same problem with openrc version and linux-libre 5.0, and i would like to help fix it.
In my case i have a GPU radeon rx570
And i have tried some diferent parameters at boot with grub or efi.
with grub i can boot into system with this parameter changed
and with rEFInd adding
In both cases i can't run a desktop enviroment and startx crashes with "no screens found".