Pretty much the 7. With it being so old, I had trouble getting Ubuntu Only and always if recovery boot is used can the system be run. I’ll try with openchrome a bit later this evening. However, if the issue still exists please feel free to reopen with the requested information. Here is the working version.
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To workaround your problem, please add following line into your xorg. Please attach the working version. Find More Posts by velikij.
VIA Apollo Pro266 / VIA CLE266 chipset motherboard based Award BIOS IDs
I see you must be using an nvidia card – with the nouveau driver. However, if the issue still exists please feel free to reopen with the requested information. Apollk remember it’s made of two parts: After more tests, I must conclude that xorg for that display adapter was broken again between alpha6 and beta.
Has there been any resolution to this issue? I even found a workaround. Ubuntu seems to gape at heaven for aopllo persons’ fixes to rain, I’m afraid. Here is the working version. Depth 24, — framebuffer bpp 32 [ It just appeared in some diff and I didn’t try to find out any effect, as nothing works. Rebooted and the system runs fine in apolllo again. I opened bug about random applications crashes. So, I booted in recovery mode and launched X recovery.
I’m running the ‘huge’ kernel, I believe – this works on this via Samuel 2 cpu. According to this page your card is well supported by the openchrome X driver. I patched the above Device, Monitor and Screen sections in xorg. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. VIA Feel free to ask for more details.
By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. I will check anything you find important. I don’t think there’s a BIOS memory allocation apoll, as someone suggested – this system has run several Linux distros, including the latest Debian, clw266 no display problem, usually with an openchrome driver.
My guess is that if you type this: Here are the files from Debian 6. It took minutes – I left the room and came back.
I’ll be hurrying every test. Starting in fullscreen mode as 7.
I never added it myself and it never appeared again later, even by using xfix. I didn’t have to do anything to configure that, which is an improvement from previous experiences with VIA chipsets.
VIA Technologies, Inc. VT [Apollo CLE] – xorg with openchrome segfaults