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Old 03-20-2013, 06:48 AM
Boross Dávid
Default Fwd: Xorg - segfault

1. You run the command "X -configure" successfully and it created the new config file /root/xorg.conf.new.

When I installed the system, it ran perfectly. And now, when I give this command aggain( installed other drivers, had to rerun Xorg --configure command) I get the segfault error.


2013/3/18 Dirk Linnerkamp <dirk_linnerkamp@vodafone.de>

Am 17.03.2013 21:08, schrieb Boross Dávid:

I read that the fglrx driver is a little better optimized for my video

card, than the radeon - there were many issues with it, for example

overheating. So that shouldn't be a problem, furthermore *it was still

installed, when I first run the Xorg -configure command. (i don't want

to modify the existing xorg configuration until I find a solution why

the configuration fails, because looking for answers without X is not

much fun so it will be only a plan Z until next weekend).

I read that maybe video drivers causes some problem because they load

before X starts - I start it directly with startx - or sg like that. I'm

not very into Xorg.. so everything count as clue.

If you have other tips, please carry on. *

...only that i do not misunderstand you:

1. You run the command "X -configure" successfully and it created the new config file /root/xorg.conf.new.

2. You run the command "X -config file /root/xorg.conf.new" command and the "segmentationfault" happened which produced the Xorg.0.log file that you posted?

3. Without this new xorg.conf file all runs well?

Is this right?

If so it's necessary that you post your new xorg.conf file which you want to use.

When using the proprietary fglrx driver kernel-mode-setting must be disabled. The driver should do this automatically during boot time.



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