Hello, I’ve updated my Fedora 31 from kernel 5.3.12 to 5.5.7. It was a really big update so probably a lot more stuff was installed than I realized. What’s happening is that I get stuck on the boot sequence on the “Started Login Service” line and I cannot make it move forward as can be seen in the following photo.
By using Alt+Fx I can use a regular terminal and login. However, I’ve got no idea on how to fix this
I’ve read some threads online and experimented with installing Kernel 5.5.8 from a testing repository but it stayed the same. I actually went back and selected the previous kernel from the list which appears on startup and the same result happens (which makes me suspiscious if this isn’t about the kernel but about something else). I think this may be related to the nVidia drivers as my build is the following:
CPU: AMD Ryzen 2700X
Motherboard: MSI B450 Tomahawk
GPU: nVidia RTX 2070 Super
Maybe something GPU related updated and now broke my configuration? I think these new GPUs have been very problematic under Linux.
Any help on solving this would be greatly appreciated or else I’ll have to try to re-install Fedora or some other distro
Xorg errors (fpaste)
Failed to initialize the NVIDIA kernel module
change to rd.driver.blacklist=nvidia (from nouveau). See if this works now (it rather will, as nvidia module somehow not work, if even present). Changes maded in GRUB menu during boot aren’t permament.