How to fix the Ubuntu Black Screen Issue in a Raspberry Pi after Installation
Recently, I was facing some issues after installing Ubuntu in a Raspberry Pi. What I did was flashed a microSD using Balena Etcher, put back the card in the Pi, and turned the board on.
However, I was not being able to see anything on the monitor after I connected a HDMI cable to the board.
I restarted the device several times and the screen goes dark immediately after starting to boot.
I looked at several forums, however, almost all of the solutions did not work.
One solution did work. I had to turn the Raspberry Pi off again. I took the microSD out of it and inserted back to my card reader of my laptop.
I accessed the
system-boot volume and did the following two things to the
- Added the following lines
Even though there is a solution exist, I wrote this blog post because I had to look at so many links to find one right way to fix.
I hope this helps. I also have added the reference for your convenience.
Have a good day!
You can also read my other posts related to
How to Configure a Raspberry Pi as Gateways between two Private Local Area Network using Ethernet Interfaces
Set Up Headless Kali Linux in a Raspberry Pi 4 without Monitor, Keyboard, and Mouse
ARM Exploitation with Raspberry Pi: Return Back to Program without Crashing
How to Configure a Raspberry Pi as an OpenFlow Switch: Steps, Issues, and Solutions
Leave a comment