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Thread: vga detection

  1. #1
    mjewel
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    vga detection

    Hi,
    On my machine I have enabled console redirection, so everything I see on
    monitor I can see it on console connected to other pc. So after installation if I remo the vga card then I can't boot the system. Is there any way to disable the vga detection process while booting Linux? Which file I need to modify ? I tried to disable the kudzu daemon in /etc/rc.d/ init.d but it didn't help.

    Thanks in advance for your help.

    Jewel. ???

  2. #2
    JimH
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    Re:vga detection

    I assume you did configure your system BIOS to ignore the fact that no video card is installed?

    Jim H

  3. #3
    mjewel
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    Re:vga detection

    Yeah, u are right, my BOIS can boot without VGA.
    *****
    I assume you did configure your system BIOS to ignore the fact that no video card is installed?

    Jim H

  4. #4
    JimH
    Guest

    Re:vga detection

    Quote Originally Posted by mjewel
    Yeah, u are right, my BOIS can boot without VGA.
    ****
    So was that the problem?

    Jim H

  5. #5
    mjewel
    Guest

    Re:vga detection

    Sorry,
    I mean I don't have problem with BIOS, it is fine without vga card.

    ???

  6. #6
    JimH
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    Re:vga detection

    Quote Originally Posted by mjewel
    Sorry,
    I mean I don't have problem with BIOS, it is fine without vga card.

    ???
    Ok so that means you still can't get Linux to boot without a vga card?

    Linux distro/version? Where does it stop in the boot process?

    Jim H

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