We basically use Fedora containers to install some necessary packages, required to keep users locked into a web browser on a very minimalistic version of Fedora. So we are using Fedora to basically boot some sort of kiosk web browser, which connects to an environment to supply our services. These services are not really relevant right now.
The part that is relevant, is that this system never goes past a kernel panic. We usually see this when, indeed, hardware is simply too new to support. The HP ProBook 450 G8 was released November of last year, so the odds that this system is simply too new are quite probable.
I was just wondering if others have had Fedora kernel panics on this system. Using the “nomodeset” boot parameter allows me to bypass the kernel panic and fire up our custom image, but then it doesn’t have audio. This leads me to believe that it is indeed a missing kernel module.
Are others having kernel panics using F:32 or F:33 on this system? Are there any boot parameters that could enable audio when modesetting is turned off?