Hello Patrick, I have not tried this - I will check it out later tonight but I doubt if it will work in my case, as the display is not recognized at all and I do not get any output (not even an underscore).
Here are the details (all run from the 6.3 kernel):
# dnf list installed '*nvidia*'
nvidia-gpu-firmware.noarch 20230625-151.fc38 @updates
I have exactly the same issue with my Framework laptop.
From a previous machine that contained this SSD, I also had nvidia-gpu-firmware.noarch installed. I removed that as there is no Nvidia in this new laptop, but it made no difference: kernel-6.4.4-200.fc38.x86_64 won’t boot.
My bad, I realised I did not wait for the 5 minutes as I was too eager to find if the nvidia installation solves the problem. So I used this command again to see if it completes the akmod sudo dnf install akmod-nvidia xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-cuda - it completed with a “nothing to do” message. So I rebooted again and now the 6.3 kernel is also giving a blank screen after showing the fast scroll of boot messages (in non-quiet mode). I put the machine to sleep and brought it back and it still shows the blank screen. Rebooted again, same issue.
Now, I have completely lost Fedora as the rescue boot is also not coming up - i just see a bunch of failure messages and a press Enter message. It keeps cycling through the same set of messages after pressing Enter.
I do not have access to another computer to ssh and find what happened. I will try to reinstall Fedora sometime later next week.
Thank you Jeff, Kamil for all the help and guidance.
I also have exactly the same problem. My GPU is GTX1660Ti. I’ve installed nvidia proprietary drivers.(I had low fps running CS Go so I installed them and low fps solved, so I am pretty sure nvidia drivers are running and active).
And also I have the same error in my logs:
Aug 08 12:38:53 fedora-sina kernel: i915 0000:00:02.0: [drm] Cannot find any crtc or sizes
Did you removed the 'faulty" kmod-nvidia-[newest kernel version] first? Akmods will tell you “nothing to do” if that one is still there; i don’t know why, but sometimes that kmod- is’nt generated “working well” but still sits there.
So check with “sudo dnf list kmod-nvidia-*” and remove the latest version -if that is the one for you new kernel- with “sudo dnf remove kmod-nvidia-[newest kernel version]”.
Thanks Richard for the input. Since I could not proceed due to the lack of GUI, i wiped the partition and reinstalled Fedora 38 - it is now working fine. I have not installed the nvidia drivers this time.