I am having problems installing Ubuntu 18.10 in my system. I was trying to install ubuntu Budgie flavor but that is where my problems started and then I tried the original ubuntu 18.10 and it gave me the same problem I have done it in UEFI and bios mode and in both it has given me the same problem.
My system Specs are:
- Motherboard - Gigabyte AB350M-DS3H
- CPU - AMD Ryzen 5 2400G
- RAM - Timetec 2400mhz 16GB
- Graphics - XFX Radeon RX 560
The problem is that every time it boots into installing directly or live boot they both hit me with a Fatal Error that indicates that the kernel panic, one time it gave me a reason which pointed out that the init wasn't found.
When it first starts up it runs AMD-VI completion-wait loop timed out before the error pops out.
I already tried running the installation with the integrated graphics card as suggested in another thread, but it gave the same error.
Final Edit: I have given up on dealing with linux for now. This hardware doesnt support a stable linux experience at all. After IOMMU being disabled and the instalation finishing a lot more problems occur like screen stutering which I had to install amdgpu-pro to get it to stabalize, vulkan wont work even when installed properly says it can't load "radeoni". There is also a performance hurdle, but I don't believe its linux fault but AMD's poor linux support.
In the future I'll build a new machine around Linux and will most likely just go intel+nvidia.