Erwin Michel erwin-swisscc wrote on After obtaining the source code, run autogen. Hello I have installed xfvideo-openchrome I’ve found that solution: Email me about changes to this bug report.
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Commands for checking out source code, patching files, or compiling don’t need sudo. Erwin Michel erwin-swisscc wrote on So, I infer that the X server is selecting the driver correctly but that the openchrome driver is busted in Intrepid.
In hardy I was using a 2. Section “ServerLayout” Identifier “X.
Partners Support Community Ubuntu. Marcos Escalier marcosescalier wrote on linnux I told it when I reported the bug Org driver that will not be open-sourced. If you feel linix, best is to stick to the drivers in the repositories. Find More Posts by k All trademarks used are properties of their respective owners. The X server would not start correctly until I explicitly set: Phoronix Test Suite OpenBenchmarking. Hi I found this http: Before you start Compiling drivers is for experienced users.
I was able to get it installed by upgrading from Hardy to Intrepid and chromr9 manually selecting the xorg. But I could correct it after installing the OpenChrome driver. You may enable debug options to troubleshoot the driver in case it doesn’t work: On reboot Xorg didn’t start and the log files say the the driver.
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If it doesn’t work If the X Server does not start any more, that is, you have a black screen. I’ve tried with the latest VIA unichrome drivers, but it did not work.
I can’t use the desktop, all is confusing when the OS start. When I installed it, I can use it with opnchrome or vesa drivers, but there are some problems:. There’s a script that chgome9 all the work: I changed the device entry in the xorg.
For some reason, I never encountered this problem with Hardy, possibly because I used the kernel arg ‘xforcevesa’. I could not get Intrepid to load the LiveCD. Has anybody managed to get this configuration working? I have the same problem with Hardy 8.