Crazy - Re: [CentOS] Centos 5, X dies, I cry
rgm at htt-consult.com
Wed Jun 13 16:34:13 UTC 2007
It seems to be a timing problem. And I do not know what else.
Perhaps I need to do more tresting, but each test takes around 10 min.
I have to boot, see it fail to go into X, try something reboot....
I have noticed that if I run pm-suspend and power back up, watch the
system hang, pull the AC and the battery, and power up, I get into X.
But in the last few rounds, while services were loading, I did not do an
<alt-D> to see details and X did not crash. Seems to be a timing
Now my display is set for the one I have in my NOC, not the one here in
my office. I tried to change it and although I am told the update to
xorg.conf was made, no changes were made. I guess next time I will log
in as root instead of chancing su...
Robert Moskowitz wrote:
> I just installed Centos 5 for my notebook (HP compaq nc4010) on a
> separate drive (than this one that has Centos 4.5).
> When I first booted after all the setup, X did not start. hmm.
> Rebooted, and X came up fine. I did a bunch of customizing and
> upgraded the kernel
> Rebooted, X did not start.
> Rebooted X started fine. I checked some things out then tried the
> Suspend feature. Not supprisingly, the system would not come back
> properly out of suspend. So I pulled the battery and rebooted. Now
> no X.
> I looked at the Xorg.0.log and did see one error (but did not write it
> down, grrr).
> I have tried to mount that drive via a USB connector, but automount is
> not handling it, and I don't know how to start working out mounting it
> What happened? Oh, not nVidea (or whatever those threads on a video
> problem is). My video card is the:
> "ATI Technologies Inc PCI Bridge [IGP 340M]"
> Is something still wrong becuase of the attempt to try Suspend? Where
> do I look and what do I change?
> Possiblely I messed up in customizing? But I did run
> system-config-display and set things as they are here in Centos 4.5,
> and rebooted. No change....
> please help!
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