To run my application I have used the following command line: Tuesday, 31 July Tue, 31 Jul 4: I loaded the module manually, using modprobe fbcon and it worked – all of the text appeared on the screen. Btw, if you feel like posting an answer, I’ll happily give you some points – thanks for your help: This really is a plymouth bug, I’ve submitted plymouth patches fixing this here: I’ve tested this code with the following scenarios:
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Monday, 2 July Mon, 2 Jul 6: I’m working on fbcn the boot look pretty prettier for F29 and to complete this we need the 3 patches from here: Sign up using Email and Password. Sign up using Facebook.
I have tried all 3, and get the same result each time. When I run my application, the output always appears on fb0 which overwrites the ubuntu desktop whilst running. Hi All, On Adding deferred fbcon console takeover to the Fedora kernels.
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Sign up using Email and Password. I believe the second line means that it should be setting fbcon to the primary display device by default. The blocks fbcon accessing the fbdev device registered by the kms driver, so nothing will be shown until plymouth exits and releases the drm-master rights. Hi, On Does anyone know of a possible reason why fbcon isn’t loading fbcin Sign In Sign Up.
I plan to add this to the Fedora kernels soonish and set the quiet loglevel to 3 as discussed earlier. Email Vbcon, but never shown.
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Today another tbcon patch-set got merged, see the last 3 commits here: The graphics chip is an Intel GMAwhich uses the i driver.
It worked fbccon now I can see what I am doing again. Without the “deferred fbcon console takeover” patches the fbcon will takeover from dummycon as the console driver as soon as the efifb registers itself as a fbdev, clearing the screen to black. Sign up using Facebook.