[PlanetCCRMA] [PlanetCCRMANews] PlanetCCRMANews Digest, Vol 33, Issue 1

Fernando Lopez-Lezcano nando at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Thu Jan 24 19:03:44 PST 2013

On 01/24/2013 05:24 PM, Day Parsons wrote:
> On 01/25/2013 01:37 AM, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
>> On 01/24/2013 02:01 PM, Day Parsons wrote:
>>> On 01/22/2013 09:00 PM, planetccrmanews-request at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
>>> wrote:
>>>> Send PlanetCCRMANews mailing list submissions to
>>>> planetccrmanews at ccrma.stanford.edu
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> I have just released a bunch of packages for Fedora 18.
>>>> The rt kernel is based on 3.6.11 plus rt25, seems to work fine on a
>>>> couple of systems I tested.
>>>> As for the rest, the usual suspects that have not yet migrated to
>>>> Fedora
>>>> are there, including SuperCollider (3.6.2 with the new scide
>>>> interface),
>>>> pd-extended (same release as before), ChucK / miniAudicle, the
>>>> CM/CLM/CMN/snd lisp/scheme world of tools and more.
>>>> Missing at this point (that I know of): the old legacy cm,
>>>> cheesetracker, fweelin, tapiir, timemachine, yass, ladspa-nova-plugins
>>>> and a few more. Not a lot as most of the cool stuff is already in
>>>> Fedora!
>> ...
>>> It doesn't work !
>> Hi Day,
>> I'd love to help but you have to be a lot more specific. Which step
>> fails? How it fails? What did you type? Could you send error messages
>> or anything else you see that might be relevant?
>> Thanks, and sorry for the inconvenience!
> You welcome ! In fact the rt kernel has been installed but it is
> impossible to boot the system from the grub menu after that : from the
> desktop kernel or the rt one, nothing works on my system ?!

Hi Day,
Sorry to hear you are having problems, and of the worst kind (ie: system 
not booting...).

It is a weird problem that I have not seen in the two systems in which I 
have tried fc18 so far - anyone in the list with a similar experience? I 
presume you see the entries for the kernels in the grub menu, right? Do 
you see anything at all? What entries do you see? Any error messages? If 
you can edit the kernel boot line in grub, remove the "rhgb quiet" part 
so that you see all messages that are printed by the kernel as it boots, 
maybe there will be some clue there.

An option would be to boot into rescue mode (list: does that even exist 
in the new installer??) and try to redo the grub configuration once you 
chroot into the / partition.

-- Fernando

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