If I write the .iso on my USB drive with DD, the USB drive doesn’t show up in the boot menu (and therefore, I can’t install it).
If I write the .iso with the “iso mode” from Rufus, the USB drive is showing up, and if I boot on it, I can see the very first installation menu with all the installation modes => Installation — NethServer 7 Final
However, it doesn’t matter which one I select, I have a black screen right after picking any of the option and nothing is happening.
Any idea how I can fix that ? Or is there any other way to install Nethserver ?
I’ve already tried Etcher, the USB drive doesn’t show up in the boot option from the bios (same when using DD).
I’ve just tried Ventoy, and I can see the usb drive and boot on it. But I have the black screen issue after selecting the instal mode (doesn’t matter which one I select - same issue with Rufus in iso mode).
I guess the black screen issue after selecting the install mode is the one that matter the most.
If I can fix that, I can install Nethserver.
The hardware is :
ASUS PRIME H510M-A
Intel Core i5-11400
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16Go (2x8Go)
Samsung 970 EVO Plus
Intel E1G44ET PRO/1000 ET QUAD PORT PCI-E SERVER NIC DELL HM9JY CWKPJ
I’m not sure about the “settings” you are asking for.
The secure boot seems to be disabled. And the UEFI is enabled (I’m assuming that’s the mode when you can use the mouse in the bios ?).
I could be wrong but support for Rocket Lake CPU’s (and/or integrated 11th-gen GPUs) was added to Red Hat 8, so maybe it is not officially supported on CentOS 7 nor NethServer 7. Lets see if someone else has more info or knows if it can be bypassed with a kernel boot parameter or a new kernel.
Should work even if it’s not technically supported (should being the operative word here) I’d first start by going into bios and disabling secure boot I remember running into an issue were it caused problems in Linux booting from modern disk types like uefi