Briefly describe your issue below:
I upgraded my parrot security OS. Now when I boot I see “The current input timing is not supported by the monitor display. Please change your input timing to 1366×768@60Hz or any other monitor listed timing as per the monitor specifications” message. I am unable to boot to my parrot OS , Please help !!
What version of Parrot are you running? (parrot OS 4.4 x64)
What method did you use to install Parrot? (Debian Standard)
Configured to multiboot with other systems? (yes)
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can you list more hardware specs? you cant boot at all?
Boot in old kernel
And change setting
How to boot in old kernel
Poweroff pc and start again and hit shift until you not get
Then go to advance option of parrot
Parrot10 for boot
After boot change desktop setting
this is most likely your quickest way to solve this
We need to remove parrot20 kernel
Or i created custom stable parrot20 kernel
That i upload
the acpi=off one? i think that is recommended in some of the docs maybe in nvidia but ive trawled so many recently that its a blur at the moment but i always set that and ahci=0 so maybe this is why I havent noticed the issues at all
I am able to boot in old kernal…now what setting should I change?
If not want parrot20 kernel
Go go /boot and remove
All files that have
Vmlinuz , amd other like initparrot20
Remeber olny files which have name or contain parrot20
well first change the display setting to within the paramaters you listed.
I am using desktop PC , 4GB RAM , core2duo processor and DELL 19" Monitor
It is already in 1366x128@60Hz in display setting
That means it is going to delete my latest kernel
If you do that
Better is delete it according to me
But if wanted to keep modify new kernel and set desktop
Resolution , need to modify because of that kernel not booted any time so all setting is change in p10 not in p20
Yes but possible i am wrong(due to noob) ,
You can set lower that requirement
How to delete or modify kernal20 . I already tried to delete from /boot but no option to delete
I have opened kernal20 files in Vim . What setting should I modify?
As root user
rm -r /boot/filename
you may want to get familiar with the documentation and the admin and sys control commands first so that you know why and how everything you do happens
I have deleted all kernal 20 files… Hope it works
Sorry…Nico. plz help me for now . I deleted kernel20 files and now it says
You need to load the kernal first
Deleted all kernal20 files but didn’t succeed.