[solved] 32-bit server kernel, white screen on gnome login
Trying to run a 32-bit server kernel(-17) so I can access all 4gb of ram.
When I login, i just get a "WHITE" Screen.. but I CAN see the login manager.
If I login Gnome Troubleshoot(or whatever its called) - i can successfully login, though.
I'm thinking it's a firmware issue, or a video card issue.. so my question is, how do I link all of my firmware, and video drivers to the 32-bit -17 server kernel??
Meant to put, I have the -17 generic kernel, and it boots fine!!
Last edited by wastedfluid; May 21st, 2008 at 03:28 PM.
Reason: Figured it out.
desk: AMD 5400+, 4gb of ddr2, Kubuntu 8.04 64bit.
lap: AMD 64-Bit Turion 1.6ghz, 2gb of G-Skill PC5300, Ubuntu 8.04 32bit.