Re: qemu during boot: "Guest disabled display."

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Gerd Hoffmann writes:


> I don't see the "quiet" option in the args. Grubby shows the kernel args to
> be only:
> args="ro cma=256MB"

Try adding an explicit "console=tty1" here.
Seems on aarch64 the serial console is the default:

That mostly worked, actually. I still got a "Guest disabled display." after the kernel started. This seemed to have stayed throughout the initial part of the kernel initialization, but the console came up just before the "Welcome to Fedora 33" logo, and I watched the rest of the userspace come up.

Pretty sure that had I now started a system-upgrade, I'd be able to monitor it, since most of the system-upgrade work gets into gear well past that point.

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