For some reason, this didn’t work. I am using what I believer to be the original xorg. Also, I’m attaching the same files, and xorg. Search this Thread Advanced Search. The time now is It seems vesa can’t be used because your GPU is already claimed by a conflicting kernel driver, as says the X log:
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Default visual is TrueColor [ So, how do I blacklist the offending driver? For text mode, I’m not using a framebuffer, but I suspect that’s unrelated. Then we will simply blacklist the involved driver and you should via cle266 vga able to start X.
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If you issue the command “modinfo vtfb” you will get this: I tried reverting to the ‘original’ xorg. Here are the files from Debian 6.
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I’m attaching the Xorg. I see you must be using an nvidia card – with the nouveau driver. Server aborting [ Last edited by velikij; at All times are GMT I am using what I believer to be the original xorg.
In Debian’s lsmod via cle266 vga “via” kernel module shows, so try to do via cle266 vga It seems vesa can’t ce266 used because your GPU is already claimed by a conflicting kernel driver, as says the X log: Also, I’m attaching the same files, and xorg. I’m running the ‘huge’ kernel, I believe – this works on this via Cel266 2 cpu.
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Page 1 of 2. This system formerly ran some old versions of Ubuntu and recently Debian 6.
So my question is: By the way, the slax live CD did boot and display X. I’ll try with openchrome a bit later this evening.