Hi Martin, On Sonntag, 10. Januar 2010, Martin Schulte wrote: > > that's a (IMO questionable) feature. what version of lwat do you have > > installed? > > How to find out? I did an 'apt-get upgrade' after installation, so I > think is the newest one. dpkg -l lwat > Is there no way to change the password manual. as Klausade said: You can change it in /etc/lwat/config.php use this line: $allowPwSet = true ; > >> 2.) I installed the mainserver and a workstation on 'Terra Mobile 2103 > >> (Model M66SE)' laptops. While booting I get the alert: > >> Failed to read splash image ((hd0,0)//grub/splash.xpm.gz) > >> Press any key to continue... > >> This problem does not occure, using etch. > >> While booting, the screen get's red-white stripped for some seconds. > > > > does "apt-get remove usplash" help? > > No. I think John's reply was more helpful for this issue than mines.. ;) > >> 3. On this laptop, using KDE, I have to adjust the screen-size and the > >> resolution manual. By default it's to big and the resolution is to low. > >> E.g. I can't see the KDE-Taskbar. I think, there is also an > >> problem with rendering. Is there a possibility (software, or something) > >> to include graphic-drivers automatically? > > > > what's the output of "lspci -nn"? (but i think we cannot do much. You > > should install Debian squeeze and test if the problem is still there, and > > if it is, file a bug in the Debian BTS.) this is the relevant line: > 01:00.0 VGA compatible controller : VIA Technologies, Inc. > CN896/VN896/P4M900 [Chrome 9 HC] [1106:3371] (rev 01) I dont really know this hardware, but a quick check on http://kmuto.jp/debian/hcl/ seems to say that it needs a fairly new kernel (2.6.32) and viafb... So it might very well be that this new laptop is not supported by pure lenny. You could give a lenny debian-installer with 2.6.32 a try first, its available here: http://kmuto.jp/debian/d-i/ If that failes, try squeeze with a 2.6.32 from sid, or pure sid. Remember to load the viafb module. cheers, Holger
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