I pulled out an old system to install XCP-NG to play with. The install seems to complete but after when I reboot the machine I get nothing but a black screen with a blinking cursor. The closest I can find to what might be causing this came from this link:
although this is an older post and not specifically about XCP-NG. Being at a loss I decided to try it. So I booted the XCP-NG install disk but dropped to the command line instead of picking to do another install.
From there, I mounted the file system on the disk that had XCP-NG on it, but the problem is that I can’t find the grub configuration file where I can add nomodeset to the options. It’s not in the /etc/default directory as the link above seems to indicate. That directory is there but the only files in there are named nss and useradd.
Does XCP-NG even use grub? If so where can I find the grub config file that I might be able to edit and see if adding this nomodeset option will fix my issue.