On 6/11/22 08:55, Demi Marie Obenour wrote:
 Adding kernel.panic_on_oops=0 and kernel.panic_on_warn=0 to /etc/sysctl.conf
should do the trick.

I did that. The 5.16.18 kernel freezes, as all 5.x ones, but here is a
funny detail: I froze on login, and I just kept typing the password and
hit enter.Nothing happened. So I forced a cold boot. BUT: the journal
contains the line

Jun 12 21:27:49 dom0 runuser[3526]: pam_unix(runuser:session): session
opened for user USER by (uid=0)

and some other lines. Which means that the pwd was recognised and
accepted - and only the screen freezes. Which brings the suspecions
closed to the f*cked up intel graphics card. Alone, using modesetting
driver does not save 5.x kernels. So it is more complicated than that.


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