Re: Debian crash randomly
On Apr 28, 2:10 pm, Osamu Aoki <os...@debian.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 27, 2008 at 10:30:42PM -0700, mond wrote:
> > On Apr 27, 10:50 pm, Daniel Burrows <dburr...@debian.org> wrote:
> > > On Sun, Apr 27, 2008 at 07:31:04PM -0700, mond <mond...@gmail.com> was heard to say:
> > > > 1. I think it is all about X( form the log you can tell). The system
> > > > is not down. I don,t have another computer home. So I can not ssh when
> > > > it crashes. But I will test it in office if it crashes.
> > > > 2. The is no keyboard light flashing, so basically it is not a kernel
> > > > problem. I actually tried to use other kernels, but it does not help.
> > > > 3. gdm_slave_xioerror_handler: Fatal X error - Restarting :0 is the
> > > > reason why it crashes. I googled for a while. A lot of debian and
> > > > ubuntu users suffer the same problem and jet there is no solution,at
> > > > least i have not found any.
> > > I think the gdm error is probably a symptom, not a cause. gdm is the
> > > program that starts the X server, and that line probably just means
> > > "the X server blew up, I'll try restarting it and see if that works".
> > > The real problem is whatever is causing the X server to blow up; the X
> > > server's logs might be helpful in tracking that down. This also means
> > > that you probably won't find much by Googling for the gdm error message,
> > > since if I'm right, it comes up whenever something goes wrong with X
> > > (meaning that those pages you found on Google could each be someone with
> > > a completely different problem that happens to have the same symptom).
> > I got you. Next time it froze. I will keep an eye on the Xorg log.
> > thank you very much. Sorry for post the same thing twice.
> > Huifeng
> Judging from your name, I suspect you may be using SCIM as input method.
> If so, are you using XIM or IMMODULE. If IMMODULE is used while library
> transition happens, it may bite you. That is why we recommend use of XIM.
> Remove all SCIM packages and see what happens.
> PS: Maybe, SCIM needs to be rebuild for sability.
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Yes, you are right. I am using scim. But I did not even install scim-
gtk2-immodule, so I am not using it.