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Issues when upgrading from previous releases
System appears to hang with a black screen when installing on systems with ATI/AMD Radeon graphics cards
Due to a bug in X.org, many testers indicated that, when installing Fedora 14 Alpha using the traditional installer (i.e. installing from the DVD or split CD media, not a live image), the system apparently hangs at a black screen when switching from text to graphical mode early in the installation process. The system is not in fact hung, but the display will remain blank until the system is rebooted. The bug that causes this problem could theoretically manifest with any hardware, depending on the contents of memory, but in practice it appears to occur consistently on many systems with ATI/AMD Radeon graphics cards, and - as far as we are aware - not on other systems.
To work around this issue, when the installer first boots, select the option labelled Install system with basic video driver at the initial boot menu. Now proceed with installation as usual. After installation, your system will still use the 'basic video driver' (vesa), which will lead to sub-optimal performance. If you would prefer to switch to the native driver - which most testers indicated works perfectly well once installation is complete - follow this procedure:
- Delete or rename the file
- Remove all occurrences of the word nomodeset from the file
Some testers with cards in the Radeon 5xxx series encounter a bug with similar initial symptoms, but which actually affects all ability to use X.org with the native driver, not just the traditional Fedora installer. Installing using the basic video driver option is also a workaround for this case, but you should not revert to the native driver after installation in this case. If you attempt to revert to the native driver and find the system now fails to boot correctly, either reinstall and do not follow the procedure to revert to the native driver after installation, or boot the system with the kernel parameter '3' or in rescue mode, and use the
system-config-display tool to select the vesa driver.