> On Jan 16, 2008 2:49 PM, Ivan Jager <firstname.lastname@example.org
>> On Wed, 16 Jan 2008, mel kravitz wrote:
>>> Try lenny or testing disk 1, i just booted and installed testing on a
>>> -ES45, out of the box everything worked. On another note building a
>>> linux-2.26.23-12 kernel builds fine and boots but xinit fails with 'No
>>> /dev/fb0' support, this of course is xorg. All graphics/ fbdev kernel
>>> options are turned on.
>>> Any help here would be appreciated.
>> Forgive me for asking the obvious questions, but:
>> What graphics card do you have?
>> Why does xinit care about /dev/fb0? Are you using the framebuffer driver
>> in xorg? If so, why aren't you using the driver for your video card? Are
>> you using the option that tries to do framebuffer magic when switching
>> Is one of the kernel's framebuffer drivers getting used? IE, is your
>> console in text mode or graphics mode? Which framebuffer driver was
>> getting used with the previous kernel?
>> Does /dev/fb0 exist? Are you running udev?
>> From the little you said, my best guess would be that you are using the
>> fbdev xorg driver, and aren't getting the kernel framebuffer initalized
>> for some reason.