Here is my xorg.conf used on a Sun Ultra 10 with Creator 3D card. Hope
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As I have not used X on this machine, I simply did:
1. apt-get install kde
[all as root, naturally]
3. X -configure
4. X -config /root/xorg.conf.new
5. cd /etc/X11
6. mv xorg.conf xorg.conf.orig
7. cp /root/xorg.conf.new /etc/X11/xorg.conf
8. useradd barnett
9. passwd barnett
10. invoke-rc.d kdm start
11. go to console
12. login as "barnett"
Worked fine for me. Only ran it for 5-10 minutes-ish without issue, but
KDE version 3.5 came up and was functioning fine as far as I can see.
Please find attached xorg_config_files_sparc.tbz2, which is a tar, bzip2
file containing xorg.conf.orig and xorg.conf [i.e. the one generated in
step 3 and copied into place at step 7.
Hope it helps.
On 12/28/2009 11:33 AM, philo N wrote:
> i have difficulty for configure X on sparc64 debian...
> can you tell me more about lenny??
> Dave Barnett a écrit :
>> I have finally retired my Sun Ultra 10 from active use as my
>> firewall. It is running Lenny, and is up-to-date.
>> I've used Debian for some time to my benefit, and now that I am in
>> the position to do so, I'd like to give back to the Sparc port.
>> There is nothing on the machine that is irreplaceable, so test
>> installations or other "destructive" events are fine by me.
>> What area(s) of the Sparc port would benefit from the machine's, and
>> my, time?
>> Thank you.