On Apr 28, 2012, at 12:58 AM, Chris Murphy wrote:
"There was an error installing the bootloader. The system may not be bootable."
System is in fact not bootable. Filed a bug with anaconda logs:
Could be false alarm due to me unchecking packages in Customize Now, to save time. Not
reproducible with DVD Graphical Desktop default. Bootloader error is reproducible if I do
it again unchecking a bunch of things. So my confusion is probably that I don't expect
anaconda to let me customize packages that result in a broken installation. Updated bug
including what options I unchecked.
Problem: Flakey reboot and poweroffs. CSM boot and installs were lightening fast with
previous FC17 builds. EFI boot reboots, after executing command, result in a 1-2 minute
hang. I can switch consoles, but they are unresponsive and provide no information.
Presently on the MBP4,1 it's been hanging for 8 minutes so I'm going to force it
off with the power button. File a bug? I don't know what to add or include.
MacbookPro8,2: Major improvement in that I no longer have a garbled display. However
either with or without 'nomodeset' it only boots so far and then dies: no further
activity from USB stick, can't blindly get to a console and reboot or dmesg out to
another stick; if I attach another USB device, no activity from it or the boot USB stick.
So I'm not sure what's going on.
I have photos of the screen, but it's not very illuminating, lemme know if they should
go in this bug, or start a new one.