Thanks a lot for your quick and long answer first.
==> I am already using EXT3 as filesystem, so I don't have to change that
==> I am using woody which is the actual stable version of debian.
==> I also already tried to press Ctrl-Alt-F1 to leave X for a console, but
with this "trick" its the same: sometimes it works fine and I got a
console-login from where I can shutdown afterwards, and sometimes I don't get the
console and X starts to "brighten" the screen how I described it before :-(
==> I made one change in the X-Config-file: I put the Default color depth to
16 instead of 24. I don't know if these helps.
The next thing I will try is to update my X-Version to the latest release. I
have already downloaded it but not yet installed.
After that I'll probably also use/try your script. (I would in fact prefer
to shut down X with the menu, and not by "hand")
As I said: everything works fine, the system never crashes during work and
is very stable, only on shutdown of X I run into these problems.
Maybe in the meanwhile there where some additional hints what could happen
on my lappi?
thx a lot for your help and ev. further hints.
best regards, salut, liebe Grüsse,
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