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have you compiled into the kernel a framebuffer device? I am on a
titanium PB G4 as got the same freeze point, and adding my video card
in Device Drivers -> Graphics ->Framebuffer Support (Or similar) under
kernel configuration solved the problem
On Oct 1, 2005, at 4:47 AM, Charles Trois wrote:
> I am posting this to both gentoo-user and gentoo-ppc-user lists.
> My problem concerns the installation of Gentoo Linux on my G4 iMac,
> using the 2005.1 universal ppc disk.
> I should first mention that I have done this before, using the 2005.0
> disk, and there was no trouble whatsoever.
> Now I have the same hardware and the same partitions. The install
> process went smoothly to its end, the kernel compiled at the first
> attempt, and the bootloader is well configured.
> But when I boot and choose "l for Linux", I get this message (copied
> by hand):
> Please wait, loading kernel
> Elf32 kernel loaded
> Loading System.map
> System.map loaded at 01700000, size:260 Kbytes
> Opening display /pci@f0/NVDA,NVMac@... ok
> Copying OF device tree...done
> Calling quiesce...
> returning 0x01400000 from prom_init
> And then everything hangs; the only way out is to cut the power.
> This is quite obscure to me and I am completely puzzled. I have found
> this occurrence (or something similar) reported a number of times on
> the Web, but without any useful answer.
> Has anybody on this list got an idea? I shall be grateful for all
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