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I am new to the forum so bear with me. I installed Fedora over Redhat 8.0. The install went fine except I dont get the cool graphical screen when boot switches to runlevel 5. IS there a config file I can edit to make this happen?
i did edit /etc/X11/XF86Config as instructed. i have a good video except for the rhgb. the flickers on screen happen only when the rhgb is supposed to show up. after it, a nice login screen appears. shows only that the rhgb is not working yet the video is. please advice...
I'm having a similar problem. I installed the new Xfree86 (4.4) so that I could get my Radeon 9600SE card supported, and I seem to have lost the Fedora graphical boot (which sucks, cuz I really thought it was cool).
I checked to make sure rhgb was added at the end of the line, in both of my grub.conf files (in /etc and /boot/grub). Both files already had rhgb added, so I didn't have to change anything. I also checked to make sure the rhgb package was installed (by installing it again, it said it was already installed), and that the line of code mentioned was in /etc/init.d/funtions (it was). Yet I'm still getting a command-prompt boot process, which goes to a graphical logon once complete. There's got to be some way to get the graphical startup back, isn't there?