[lug] X?

Michael J. Pedersen marvin at keepthetouch.org
Wed Aug 23 14:03:22 MDT 2000

On Wed, Aug 23, 2000 at 12:59:13PM -0600, Ian Hall-Beyer wrote:
> #9 Revolution IV (T2R)
> XF86-I128

WOuld you mind tring the SVGA (unaccelerated) server? It could be an issue
with the X driver for that particular video card.

In addition, which version of XF86 are you using?

> The video is working great. 

Speaking as someone who has had problems with other video card in the past,
I'll agree: The video will work great, even when X itself won't.

> > 3) Could you get me a complete copy of the X startup log (either publicly or
> >    privately)?
> The error data from my initial message is the only contents from the
> startup log that is out of the ordinary. I've tried stracing it, and that
> didn't reveal much more of any use. 

And it still can't hurt, and might help.

Final question, which somebody else brought up: How did you configure X on
this machine? ie: Which tools did you use for this process?

Michael J. Pedersen
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