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Re: [K12OSN] xserver error



Huck <dhuckaby paasda org> wrote:

>
>'vesa' lowercase yes...I forgot about the case sensativity part =)
>
>--Huck
>Jim McQuillan wrote:
>
>>Norbert,
>>
>>First off,  'VESA' would be wrong.  You'd need 'vesa'  (LOWERCASE).
>>
>>If that doesn't work, you could try the older XFree86 3.3.6 drivers.
>>To do that, you'd preface the name of the driver with 'XF86_'.
>>
>>Probably a good choice would be:
>>
>>   XSERVER = "XF86_SVGA"
>>
>>
>>If you continue getting the 'Parse error', it would be interesting to
>>see what is at line 60 of the XF86Config.1 file.  To do that,
>>try setting:
>>
>>    SCREEN_01 = shell
>>
>>THen, reboot the terminal.  You should get a bash prompt.  At that
>>point, type 'startx', and it should attempt to launch the Xserver.
>>It will likely fail and return you to the shell.
>>
>>Then, you can go look at the file in /tmp.
>>
>>
>>Jim McQuillan
>>jam Ltsp org
>>
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Hi,

Actually the file doesn't exist !!! the next "closest" has info completely different at line 60 .... hence no Modeline... :-( 

norbert


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