Well, I did refer this, at OP's 2nd paragraph:fehlix wrote: ↑Wed Jun 13, 2018 1:13 pmForgive me please, I not fully undestand. Would you mind to explain the issue you had or is it now solved, after the upgrade? Not sure about bothe issue "F6 :Safe video..." and "graphical installer presented this issue".Byteria wrote: ↑Wed Jun 13, 2018 1:04 pmI have tried Live options F6: Safe video, Failsafe, nomodeset and modesetting, — some of them, more than once.
It's a bitt confusing for me. As not clear what issue you had...
After select partitions and click "Next", Installer's window doesn't refresh any more. If any other window (e.g. screenshot) covers it, it remains for ever.whatever window or section of a window was floating over the installer window would leave an imprint of itself inside the installer
Note that I had previously formated these partitions, so it was not needed the Installer to call it at this point (I guess).
I have attached a PrintScreen showing pieces of 3 or 4 windows that remain over Installer's window.
When I said "graphical" Installer, I just meant to distinguish it from "cli-installer".
F6 Options at Boot Menu before Live session refers to #2 above:
At #3 above:The problem is almost certainly caused by the fact that your video card is poorly supported by the nouveau driver.
Using <F6> at the boot screen to select "Safe Video" should allow installation, after which you can install the proprietary nvidia driver using MX Tools
Even giving a try to all F6 options, I couldn't go after this point.I gave this a try. The video is certainly in a lower quality now, but sadly it did not fix the issue with the installer.
The issue has not been solved to me, event after a system upgrade in 1 (or+) of those 6 or 8 Live sessions.
What finally allowed to install, was to use "cli-installer" in a Terminal window.