Re: XF4 on Mach64 and 2.2 kernel?
Adam C Powell IV wrote:
> Then I tried startx using XF86Config.new, but got the message that it
> needed a Driver line in the Device section. So I copied the line
> ``Driver "fbdev"'' from the Screen section to the Device section.
> This time it blanked the screen and locked the machine hard. Oops.
You need to add a bus ID to the device section, e.g.
> And my default runlevel is 5, so of course it blanked and locked hard again
> when gdm started at the end of the reboot. Double oops. :-)
> (I got out of it by booting with init=/bin/bash and reset the runlevel
> to 2, so that's not a problem any more.)
I'd have booted with single to go into runlevel S.
Earthling Michel Dänzer (MrCooper) \ CS student and free software enthusiast
Debian GNU/Linux (powerpc,i386) user \ member of XFree86 and The DRI Project