El Lunes, 15 de Mayo de 2006 21:01, Grant Thomas escribió: > On 5/13/06, Luis Fernando Llana Díaz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > > Usually after you install a new kernel through apt-get or aptitude, > > > your boot loader will get updated to show the new kernel and the old > > > kernel. At least it does for grub. > > > > Yes > > I'm assuming that you used apt to install the kernel. Was this kernel > in a repository? Currently I am using etch, and the newest kernel I > can find in the official repository is 2.6.15 > Since that kernel failed, I added the sid repositories to the sources.list and then I installed linux-image-2.6.16-1-686-smp Anyway, thank you for your help. I have been searching and it seems it is a bug in the ati driver of xorg: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=366114 In short, I have to disable DRI, although I do not what it is. Luis. -- http://antares.sip.ucm.es/~luis In a world without walls, who needs Windows(R)?
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