I’m testing Lakka (current release) on a PC with an AMD APU, so no graphics card.
Booting from USB gets as far as the SYSLINUX and ‘boot:’ text, after that I just get a garbled screen.
There’s no indication of Lakka stuck in a restarting loop, nor of the PC rebooting. It may be that Lakka has started, but I can’t tell if it’s showing the berry logo and got stuck, or even at the menu.
I run Linux Mint in ‘normal’ use on this PC, so it’s puzzling me why Linux-based Lakka doesn’t boot correctly. I’ve taken lshw and lspci logs from the PC running Mint.
I just tested the live USB on a motherboard with an older generation AMD APU, and that worked fine.
Any pointers? Thanks.