In reply to this post by John Paul Adrian Glaubitz
Il 20/05/20 14:30, John Paul Adrian
Glaubitz ha scritto:
You need to install the firmware-amd-graphics package.
You need to add the following to your sources.list:
# contrib and non-free arch:all packages (i.e. firmware)
deb [arch=all] http://ftp.debian.org/debian/ unstable contrib non-free
I can see the boot logging until the graphic card initialization, then I have no way to
interact. I also tried to load the old kernel (from yaboot menu), but the result is the same.
Try booting with "nomodeset".
The good news is that this way works fine. And the suggestion
above, fixed the issue.
Then I am going to work on the wireless adapter...
On Wed, 20 May 2020 at 15:00, Mick Bert <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Then I am going to work on the wireless adapter...
To get Wi-Fi working, you probably only need to apt-get the
firmware-b43-installer package, assuming you already added the line
Adrian told you to your sources.list. I'm trying to get WPA3 Personal
to work, but that will require patching the b43 driver (and will only
ever be possible with software crypto).
Le 20/05/2020 à 15:33, Mick Bert a écrit :
> Il 20/05/20 14:30, John Paul Adrian Glaubitz ha scritto:
> What the hell - in this mode, it does not recognise keystroke ^C, or
> ^Z. I started a ping, and I do not know how to interrupt it!
That' because you're connected on the console. Busybox has a
special command to solve that issue: cttyhack. In your situation, I
would try something like 'setsid -c /bin/bash </dev/tty1 >/dev/tty1
2>&1' . /dev/tty1 isn't exactly the same thing as /dev/console. That's
my (incomplete) understanding.