Re: starting X fails: out of scan range
Jos? Alburquerque-3 wrote:
> libre fan wrote:
>>Last Friday I updated Debian (lot of xorg stuff was updated) and when I
>>rebooted I got this message on the screen: out of scan range
> Sounds to me like the error your getting is because your monitor
> settings are not correct in your /etc/X/xorg.conf file. You probably
> replaced your config when you updated. Reconfiguring the xserver-xorg
> package ('sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg') might fix your problem.
I did reconfigure as you suggest. I get two error messages: no usable
screen and no frame buffer found. I see there's an option in the
dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg process to do without the frame buffer. i'll
check again if I disabled this option.
I compared the xorg.conf files in Debian and in Xubuntu, and corrected the
reference of the screen.
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