Questions about Grub, the liveCD and the installer
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When I installed it, it booted from USB, but a few lines appeared on the screen(as follows ), and then the screen displayed a screen with only the cursor jumping, and no response.Is this the kernel's fault?
my platform:amd ryzen r5 3550h gpu :radeon vega8
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AMD-VI: Unable to write to 10MMU perf counter.
Problen loading UEFI: db certificate (-65)
modprobe: module dm-raid45 not found in modules.dep
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removing dmraid won't make the system boot any better, it will just get rid of the message. However, this is a live media booting issue anyway. I think the kernel version on the ISO is indeed too old for the hardware. 4.19 for Debian is HWE but the build on the ISO is quite old.
Two things to try if you can, turn off secureboot and boot with the command iommu=soft added to the boot parameters before quiet splash.
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