On Wed, 28 Feb 2018 20:07:52 +0330
Farhad Mohammadi Majd <farhadbenyamin(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
The radeon driver is not being loaded by the kernel. It has support
for your card, from what I can find online. This is what is causing
your lack of hardware support. I run the radeon driver and when I do
lsmod | grep -i radeon
radeon 1552384 12
The X module for radeon shows support for the RS740 (your card).
> Can you successfully boot into multiuser (runlevel 3)?
Yes, I did add "3" to the end of the line that begins with "linux"
removed "nomodeset" parameter to boot as normal, see the line "Kernel
Could you try doing a
as root from runlevel 3, just to be sure no cruft was left around from
the upgrade to F27. I notice that your X was compiled on F26, and it
should have updated to an F27 version, I think.
After that, try rebooting with the nomodeset gone from the kernel
line. I think it is adding nomodeset because the radeon driver is not
loading. Could you show the kernel settings line?
What is the resolution on the virtual console when you boot into
Until the kernel loads the radeon module at startup, your video card is
not going to work properly. Something is preventing it from doing
that. If you type the command
and look through the output, do you see any error when the kernel tries
to load the radeon module? What does the negotiation look like for