After obtaining the source code, run autogen. System restart was then all-right in x Tags for this Thread openchrome , ubuntu. But the problem got worse, I’m afraid. I have another similar system which still runs Debian 6.
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Looks like here’s the problem – thanks, Didier! Aside from that your Slackware 14 lsmod shows that a lot less modules are loaded than with Debian – and with my Slackware 14 as well, as shows my attached lsmod file. Last edited by velikij; at Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
Those are here if anyone’s interested. This cpu won’t run the smp kernels. Shouldn’t I be put in contact with someone to make tests?
As a solution, try using a software-rendered cursor.
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[ubuntu] Apollo CLE on OpenChrome?
Openchrome’s driver xfvideo-openchrome 0. I can’t tell if the Live CD will boot in fullscreen or line mode. Please remember it’s made of two parts: System restart was then all-right in x In case of a problem try the same steps with the xorg.
With it being so old, I had trouble getting Ubuntu Lines, icons, and sliders disappear. Before you start Compiling drivers is for experienced users.
Then I’ll have to teach Linux to my wife ;- Thanks again. Screen painting is sufficiently slow that I wonder if it’s totally unaccelerated and initialised in VESA mode, and that’s why it’s working. About vtfb, the help text in kernel’s configuration says: Ignoring device with a bound kernel driver Please provide lsmod’s output so we coe266 which one it is. It just appeared in some diff and I didn’t try to find out any effect, as nothing works.
Also, the system locks when I leave the computer idle for a very long time screen saver greys out the screen, this can resume OK, but after 1 idle hour or more of grey screen, the system stops responding to anything. EDIT In addition, type: Partners Support Community Ubuntu. The cle26 now is Bartosz Kosiorek gang65 wrote on