Re: fatal server error..
It sounds to me like you're using a window manager that has a sound module
but sound isn't in your kernel. Go through the *rc file for the window
manager and comment out the sound module portion. Then try again to see
if that is the only problem.
Look for something like this.
# Start the Audio player
Module Audio - Afterstep entry
Module FvwmAudio - Fvwm2 and Fvwm95 entry
It would be easier if we knew which window manager you are using.
On Thu, 1 May 1997, smorrill wrote:
> I am running Debian release 1.2 on my 586/133mhz...and trying to get
> XFree86 up and going... when I start up I get a message "fatal server
> error: could not create audio connection block info" and the machine
> seems to hang for quite awhile. Obviously there's something I haven't
> done here, but I'm still trying to get a handle on this stuff.
> any suggestions out there?
> Steve Morrill
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