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Re: Problems with the 2.6.10 kernel, no console fonts display and no ATI IXP150 AC'97 support on a Toshiba A70-SP211

Well, i do have the ATI Radeon Frame Buffer device support compiled,
but as a module; in fact it isnt even configured to get included at
startup; ill try removing it alltogether, because i cant find anything
else wrong.

On Thu, 17 Mar 2005 14:43:15 +0100, Nico Golde <nico@ngolde.de> wrote:
> Hello Diego,
> * Diego de Fuentes <diego.defuentes@gmail.com> [2005-03-17 00:13]:
> > Hi every1, i am having trouble compiling a new 2.6.10 Linux kernel on
> > my new laptop, it just happens tha everything boots ok, the kernel
> > messages get displayed and i get access to my X server and start a KDE
> > session, but when i run a Konsole o try to switch to a regular console
> > with Ctrl+Alt+F* it wont do, i just dont get any console use of my
> > system, (which pretty much renders it unusable), any ideas? I include
> > my .config, maybe i am missing an important VESA module.
> [...]
> If you do so, don't use the radeon frame buffer driver. use
> vesa or something similiar.
> regards nico
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