• Boot fails on LTS kernel


    I did a new install of Antergos 19.1 KDE and selected the LTS kernel during the installation process.
    Later i tried to boot with the LTS kernel and nothing works, only black screen with cursor on top left corner is flashing, i waited 3-4 minutes and nothing. I tried again 2 times and same thing. The system only works on kernel 4.20.6 by default.

  • which desktop are you on ? if gnome or kde, try to change the display manager to gdm for gnome or sddm for kde ?

  • @ringo32
    I use KDE so i applied your suggestion and installed SDDM and the LTS kernel still not booting.

  • I don’t know what other information i could bring except the system does’nt boot on the LTS kernel when chosen from the GRUB menu. It only boot successfuly from the default 4.20.6 kernel.

  • it may boot but you do not get to dm-login-screen…

    you can show logs for last boot if you boot first from LTS, then with main kernel and run this command:

    lspci > log.txt && lsusb >> log.txt && journalctl -b -1 >> log.txt && cat log.txt | curl -F [email protected] https://ptpb.pw/?u=1
    

    after command is done it gives a new LINK to a pastebin with logs from failed boot and system informations… you can post here

  • @joekamprad
    So i did like you told me, i tried to boot first at 7:59am with LTS kernel (failed again) and then i booted with the default (4.20.7) kernel at 8:00am wich succeeded.

    Here is the boot repport :
    https://ptpb.pw/RNEc

  • @philipc
    If you boot with the LTS kernel and the screen gets blank, can you then press key combination Ctrl-Alt-F2 and get to the console where (command line) login is possible?

  • @manuel
    Yes i did and i enter my user name and then my password, but after the screen was still blank!

  • @philipc
    Could you show a picture about that?

  • @philipc
    If you can boot that way, then you can also give journalctl -b0 command and show the result here via e.g. pastebin.

  • @manuel
    Here’s a picture of what i get after entering my user name and password ( ctl+alt+f2) for the LTS kernel boot :
    2019-02-13_16-16.png

  • @manuel
    Here’s the new journal :
    https://ptpb.pw/_CP0

  • @philipc
    Seems that lightdm is not starting correctly.
    Now that you can give commands, you could try another display manager:

    sudo pacman -S sddm
    sudo systemctl disable lightdm
    sudo systemctl enable sddm
    reboot
    
  • @manuel
    I already tried SDDM and the result is the same, boot with LTS kernel fails.
    See my comment above about SDDM.
    Ringo32 gave me this suggestion!

  • Wat is the hardware video-kaart & drivers are you using ?

  • pacman -S nvidia-390xx-lts needs to be installed also

  • @philipc said in Boot fails on LTS kernel:

    Ringo32 gave me this suggestion!

    Sorry about that, TL;DR I guess… ;)

  • @philipc
    You might want to install nvidia-installer and run it. Please show the result here:

    sudo pacman -S nvidia-installer
    nvidia-installer -t
    

    This should show if any packages are missing.

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