I state I’m new in Linux world and there are a lot of basilar things I didn’t learn yet, so sorry for my ignorance. Moreover I’m Italian, so sorry again for the bad English
Yesterday I installed Fedora 30 on my Asus VivoBook S14 with Intel Core i7-8565U CPU, Intel HD Graphics (Whiskey Lake), 8GB RAM and 1,0 TB HDD.
Once installed, I launched the command sudo dnf upgrade --refresh. It worked a couple of hours, apparently with success, then I restarted my PC. So it turned off, then the screen became black, than the “ASUS” logo came out, as usual, but then the OS never started. So I forced the turn off and after few seconds I restarted again. In that case “ASUS” came out and then appeared the menu with all the kernels, as in the picture:
I tried the first one (5.1.12-300) and the screen stayed black.
The second one (5.0.9-301) instead still work correctly.
Every time I try to turn on the pc I have to do it: i turn on, it gets stuck, I force the turn off, I turn on again, that menu appears and I select the 5.0.9-301.
The last week I already tried to install Fedora, but I had the same probem: I installed Fedora, then upgraded and the new kernel (in this case 5.1.7-300) got stuck so I had to return every time in 5.0.9-301. A friend suggested me to reinstall the OS so I tried, but the problem still remains.
So, my questions are:
- Can I (and how) de-stuck the upgraded kernel?
- If I can’t, can I (and how) set the 5.0.9 as the default kernel, so I don’t have to force the turn off every time?
- Alternatively is possible (and how) to set something in way to make the menu appear whenever I turn on the PC?
Thanks to everyone for the help and the patience!