> * wireless@×××××××××××.com <wireless@×××××××××××.com> [140519 21:25]:
>> It never tries to boot. Grub just sits there withe phrase (did not copy
>> it down) where it says what version it will boot on the screen
>> and it does nothing (locked up?) I have to <cntl><alt><del> or push
>> a manual reset. It never tries to load the kernel. Does not matter if
>> I try a 3.13.7 or 3.14.x, I've rebuilt them quite a few times and did
>> all the grub2 steps, but none of the newer kernels will boot.
>> Nothing was done to the bios. The only change was to get rid of ATI
>> Frame buffer support as suggested upon a recent update:
>> * Checking for suitable kernel configuration options...
>> * CONFIG_FB_RADEON: should not be set. But it is.
>> * Please check to make sure these options are set correctly.
>> * Failure to do so may cause unexpected problems.
> I've had problems like this with grub2 when it was trying to retain the
> graphics mode (sorry, I don't remember the line in grub.cfg since I've
> since removed it.)
yep, this is what I suspect. I may need to reinstall grub2, for some
unknown reason. My research so far has yielded lots of anomolies with
> I usually find grub problems by entering the grub command line and
> typing the commands in the menuentry from /boot/grub/grub.cfg that
> doesn't work one at a time.