You can boot it with the USB stick and choose "Shell - Open shell to host OS".
From there, nano the conf file for the native kernel under /boot/loader/entries/ and add
nomodeset to the "options" line.
On 2018/08/21 9:02, "Dev on behalf of Richard Thornton"
<dev-bounces(a)lists.clearlinux.org on behalf of richie.thornton(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I realised I didn't mention its the slower NUC8i7HNK variant I have.
I have googled the "VGACON error" but it seems like a lot of the
issues were prior to 4.18 going stable.
Any ideas on a fix, with nomodeset on permanently can I have
accelerated graphics (gnome & mesa)?
On Tue, 21 Aug 2018 at 09:26, Richard Thornton
Yup you really need to mash it, ok I have a console.
This might be a clue:
drm:amdgpu_init [amdgpu] *ERROR* VGACON disables amdgpu kernel modesetting
On Tue., 21 Aug. 2018, 08:10 Auke Kok, <auke-jan.h.kok(a)intel.com> wrote:
> On 08/20/2018 02:46 PM, Richard Thornton wrote:
> > Thanks, I have no idea how to access the kernel command line, the system
> > boots quickly and I see no prompts to press a key?
> Yes, you essentially have to mash `space`. Escape should work too, but
> may cause the BIOS screen to show instead of the bootloader.
> Once you boot once, you can modify the bootloader to use a longer
> default timeout (`man systemd-boot`).
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