Kernel problem. Older kernel version boots. Computer gets stuck at the blinking cursor on a black screen and virtual consoles are unavailable.
Update: this can be described as a boot hang. The boot messages say that a new USB device is found, then it hangs for a little less than a minute, then finally boots. Older kernels don’t do this.
Yep, I get that too. Do you have any USB attachments? Have you tried booting without them?
Tried that (except the USB wireless dongle for my keyboard and mouse). Still a hang.
Hmmm, if that blinking cursor pause during boot-up was supposed to go away with 39980, it hasn’t. At least not for me.
This is what happened with me. I am back on LTS current and planning to stick with it. Only recently realised that playing with the ‘latest and greatest’ in the Linux world is like beta testing.
CL version 40010 / kernel 6.5.5-1366.native (64-bit) fixes the problem
Not with /etc/environment.d/10-cf.conf from Clear Fraction still in place.
Indeed, the new config file works for me.