The good news is that startx works. The bad news is
that the error remains on the login screen.
What I did was to let xorgconfig find my mouse
automatically, option 1, instead of selecting
Microsoft Two Button mouse, option 5, which is what
So, I guess this error is for something else, but why
it doesn't crash the server is beyond me.
--- maxim wexler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi group,
> I get this error when I attempt startx. I have a
> legacy AGP Rage128, ATI card and the driver is
> compiled into the kernel to allow for the
> So far I've emerged vf86-video-ati and then, in
> desperation, xf86-video-vga without success.
> I don't see anything else under
> /usr/portage/x11-drivers that would suit.
> ati-drivers is for the higher end Radeon products
> isn't it, I mean the newer low-voltage stuff?
> There's a few links on the Web to similar problems
> no solutions that I've been able to uncover.
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