Stefaan Himpe wrote:
>> I found snapshot.debian.net but it seems its last update was on 2008 or
>> am I looking in the wrong place
> Sorry I should have checked before pointing you there.
> Make sure to backup any important files (like configuration stuff in /etc)
> before you start to fiddle with these things.
> Disclaimer: I'm by no means a downgrade expert
> Perhaps you could temporarily get the X packages from debian testing in
> order to downgrade?
> If you really want the previous version: I think if you inspect the
> dependencies of the last working version of the xserver-xorg
> package you should be able to find out which packages can go with that
> (use dpkg --info for that).
> The specific packages I downgraded too, if I recall correctly, were the
> (i cannot give any guarantees that these actually are the right ones,
> and perhaps you need a different video driver, etc.)
> Best regards,
before going the (hard) downgrade way, did you try using the free
"radeon" driver (or whichever is relevant for your card). I "fixed" a
computer crippled by the same problem yesterday, running an Ati
HD2600XT, and the result is so nice that the owner doesn't want to go
back to fglrx ! I just removed the xorg.conf file and rebooted, "fixed".
Of course your luck will depend on how well supported your hardware is,
but even without "3D" acceleration it would be a workaround, I read that
Ati is about to release a new driver, maybe this one will finally catch
up with xorg and kernel development (for now...).
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