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  1. Ok...This problem is still there. To recap, no changes to my system apart from an upgrade to 6.9.1 and now the local console won't boot into GUI mode. Any help or pointers please.
  2. Still broken for me too! I was hoping there might be some words of wisdom on the forum, but I suspect I'm just going to have to live with thus bug. Sent from my SM-G970F using Tapatalk
  3. Hi All, I updated a thread in bug reports three weeks ago, but haven't had an answer. Thought I'd post it here in case the other thread is being missed for some reason. Is there anyone who could help please? Since upgrading from 6.8.3. the local console doesn't work. Issuing the followng commands brings the console back, but after a reboot I am back to a flashing cursor: Ctrl - Alt - F1 modprobe i915 /etc/rc.d/rc.4 I upgraded from 6.9.1 to 6.9.2 but the problem is still there. Is there a fix in the winds? Thanks
  4. Hi...is there any chance of an answer?
  5. Hi, Is there a permanent solution? Will it come in an update?
  6. Hi All, I'm having the exact same problem. I have an intel processor with built in graphics. Since upgrading from 6.8.3. the local console doesn't work. Issuing the followng commands brings the console back, but after a reboot I am back to a flashing cursor: Ctrl - Alt - F1 modprobe i915 /etc/rc.d/rc.4 I upgraded from 6.9.1 to 6.9.2 but the problem is still there. Is there a fix in the winds? Thanks
  7. This isn't solved. I have built in graphics (not a radeon). The server still does not boot into the GUI. The following commands work, but need to be issued on every reboot: Ctrl - Alt - F1 modprobe i915 /etc/rc.d/rc.4
  8. Hi. Is there anyone who could give me some pearls of wisdom on this please?
  9. I've seen these two posts, but I haven't changed anything apart from upgrading to 6.9.1. Thought I should check before tinkering. ps: I don't have any nvidia plugin installed
  10. Hi All, After updating to 6.9.1 my unraid server won't boot into GUI mode. I've attached my diagnostics file. All help greatly appreciated. It boots to a blank after all the boot messages come up it ends up with a blank screen with a flashing cursor in the top left hand corner. The web gui is available by browsing to the server and it is functioning correctly, it's just the console with problems. Pete moose-diagnostics-20210422-1449.zip
  11. Just upgraded my server and used a Gigabyte GA-H370M D3H motherboard. I have UEFI boot enabled and boot into GUI Mode. With default BIOS settings it boots but won't start the GUI. It just sits there with a flash underscore at the top left hand side of the screen. This is with CSM Disabled. Note that behind the scenes everything is working correctly it's just the GUI not working. Settings required to get it to boot into the GUI correctly are: * CSM Support - Enabled * LAN PXE Boot Options ROM - Disabled * Storage Boot Options Control - UEFI * Other PCI devices - UEFI Hope this helps if you have the same motherboard. Note: All bets are off if you don't use UEFI boot as I haven't tested Legacy boot.
  12. I can see you're running an ASUS motherboard with the Z77 chipset....same as me (P8Z77-V LX) I'm going to have a look at some of the other diagnostic files for people reporting the same symptoms and see if there's anything in common
  13. Hi Kevin, I've got exactly the same symptoms. My problems started occurring when I upgraded from 6.3.5. Before that my system was completely stable. Here is a thread that outlines what I've tried so far (maybe one of the things may work for you): With having replaced various pieces of hardware and the other actions I've taken, I'm thinking that my issue is a software problem. Is there any plugins or dockers you have in common with me? I will check your diagnostics as well to see if anything leaps out at me. Pete
  14. Hi. Thanks for the reply. There is no set period of time before it freezes. It seems to be about a 5-10 dyas, although I have had it lock up on consecutive days and occasionally more than once on the same day. I have the following dockers installed and running: * linuxserver/duckdns * linuxserver/letsencrypt * shaf/munin-server * binhex/arch-emby * linuxserver/nzbget * linuxserver/sonarr * linuxserver/radarr * binhex/arch-delugevpn I have the following dockers installed but not running: * google/cadvisor * technosoft2000/calibre-web * linuxserver/cops * aptalca/docker-dolphin * linuxserver/lazylibrarian * diginc/pi-hole * aptalca/docker-rdp-calibre I have the following plugins installed: * Community applications * Dynamix System Statistics * CA Auto Update Applications * CA Backup/Restore Appdata * CA Cleanup Appdata * Dynamix Cache Directories * Dynamix SSD TRIM * Fix Common Problems * Nerd Tools