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A laptop is generally a bad choice for systems based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux since it is designed for professional server hardware. You can try to enter the a kernel boot parameter to see if your video hardware is incompatible with KMS:
Enter the grub boot menu, move the cursor to the kernel parameter line, press e and enter "nomodeset" at the end. Then continue to boot the system and see if it helps. It might be a better idea to use a supported host operation system and run Oracle Linux inside Virtualbox.
Thanks a lot for your reply, I thought the OS might be the problem but i think some VIDEO DRIVER or some thing should be enable into the BIOS. So i have re-installed RHEL 5 X86_64 but it also shows the same. as a try i have done pressing 'e' and it shows 3 parameters like
kernel /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.18-128.el5 ro root=LABEL=/1 rhgb quiet --> i have selected this one and pressed again 'e' and added "nomodeset" at the last
but i dont know what it is happening to start? because even in my P4 which has 2GB RAM it will load faster but as soon as it starts the kernel to read some 2 lines and "MY SCREEN GOES SOMEWHAT CRASH" and the same colors are appearing either blue, white, pink and violet.
I have tried CHANGING
1. DISPLAY MODE from LCD TO VGA -- VICE VERSA
2. CHANGED AHCI TO COMPATIBILITY -- VICE VERSA
IS there anything else that i have to do? am searching for a VIDEO DRIVER which will support for linux. and found a link whether i dont know it will help or not http://download.lenovo.com/ibmdl/pub/pc/pccbbs/thinkvantage_en/linux-bootable-cd-16.txt
Please can anyone provide any solution which would fix this issue for me.
Thanks a lot
You computer uses an Intel Sandybridge CPU with integrated Intel HD Graphics 3000. You could try to perform an installation in text mode and try to install the xorg-x11-drv-intel package from the elrepo yum repository http://elrepo.org/tiki/tiki-index.php.
You may have more luck using Oracle Linux 6.3, which supports more modern hardware. But I think your best option will be to install any other 64-bit OS, like Linux Fedora or Ubuntu and use Oracle Virtualbox to run any version of Oracle Linux. The later will certainly work.
nothing but configuring xorg is the thing i have to do.Interesting but strange though because the default installation of Oracle Linux 5.7 installs a /etc/X11/xorg.conf file. Unless you change the hardware or install additional driver software, re-running X configure won't make a difference. Normally you also do not have to type "startx". So the question might be what did you install?
Under Oracle Linux 6 you don't have to create a xorg.conf file anymore, unless the default hardware detection is not working properly.