Re: Oh no! Something has gone wrong
- Date: Tue, 6 Jun 2017 23:48:50 -0700
- From: Sergei G <sergeig.public@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Oh no! Something has gone wrong
I just completed installation of stretch and I can confirm that Debian works with my hardware configuration!
So, Debian Stretch supports my hardware Kaby Lake (G4560 CPU) gfx based on B250M Intel chipset.
I am looking forward to official stretch release. On 6/4/2017 12:57 AM, Sergei G wrote:
Thank you You have answered my question perfectly. Is stretch going to give me trouble? On 6/4/2017 12:55 AM, Felix Miata wrote:Sergei G composed on 2017-06-04 00:31 (UTC-0700):I am trying to run Debian 8.8 under current version 5.1.22 of VirtualBoxon Windows 10 and I am getting Oh no! Something has gone wrong error message. I went down to simplest level of running Debian Gnome Live disk and I am still getting this error.I tried a few display settings (128MB of video memory, enable/disable 3Dacceleration) without success. I know had the same issue when I tried to install live Debian on my new hardware directly: Intel Pentium G4560 CPU on Gigabyte B250M-D3H motherboard. I suspect that CPU built-in video is not supported. I resolved the issue on the hardware by using a video card that I know works with Linux.Do you have a question?Your suspicion is correct. Kaby Lake (G4560) gfx is not supported on 8.8. It's much too new. If you wish to use your Kaby Lake gfx, either install Stretch instead of Jessie, or upgrade Jessie's kernel to one that supports Kaby Lake (4.9).Your subject error message is a standard/common Gnome error that results from trying to use gfx that has insufficient Xorg driver and/or hardware support.