El sáb, 28-06-2008 a las 16:57 -0400, Jeff Soules escribió: > Thanks for the help so far, everyone. > > > I have retried using both of the generic drivers. Now I'm > getting a > > fatal server error -- no screens found. > > Still not working, but at least it's enough to start me on > further > > research. > >> > > The monitor in question is an Acer 22" lcd, if anyone out > there has > > any experience with these. > > > > Can you post your xorg.conf and the file /var/log/Xorg.0.log? > > > As requested I have attached my xorg.conf and Xorg.0.log files. I'm > attaching the conf and log files which occurred using the nv driver, > although I get the same results (near as I can tell) when using the > vga driver. > You can also see that I've disabled glx output and restricted screen > resolution to 1024x768 or lower (non-widescreen resolutions) in the > hope that this might help, but no luck so far. > Ok, the xorg.conf seems ok. Just to be sure anyway, go back to the file that was created by dpkg-reconfigure, since the modifications didn't help there's no need for them to be there. The problem doesn't seem monitor-related. What's the output of 'lspci | grep VGA'? And, BTW, you're using etch, right? > To keep the message length down I have attached these files instead of > copied the text. Hope this doesn't violate any mailing list etiquette > rules. > > Haven't gotten the box to recognize the monitor yet, although I did > manage to get the mouse configured correctly thanks to mdetect. Is it > unusual to have to require root privileges to open /dev/psaux ? I > couldn't cat that device file on my usual login, and mdetect could not > discover it without being run as root. Yes, it's normal. The X server is run as root anyway. -- Gabriel Parrondo GNU/Linux User #404138 GnuPG Public Key ID: BED7BF43 JID: email@example.com "The only difference between theory and practice is that, in theory, there's no difference between theory and practice."
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