Re: 6.0-RC1: reboot when trying to load X.org
From: Flavio Pimentel Silvestrow (bozo_at_porunga.homeip.net)
Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2005 12:09:34 -0300 To: email@example.com
Same problem here. X.org worked fine on 5.4 (with DRI enabled),
and now it reboots on 6.0RC1 when trying to load X (with or
without DRI). Vesa driver works fine.
The video card is a 'SiS300/305/630 GUI Accelerator+3D', according
Relevant lines on the kernel:
On Thu, Oct 13, 2005 at 04:50:43PM +0200, Marcin Jessa wrote:
> On Thu, 13 Oct 2005 10:48:43 -0300
> Felipe openglx <openglx@StarByte.net> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > this is my first post, and I'm quite new to FreeBSD. Don't push me
> > too hard :)
> > Last night I've upgraded a (well) running FreeBSD-5.4 install to
> > 6.0-RC1 and had it running without problems. Well, mind you, ALMOST
> > without problems.
> > When trying to start X.org server (using GDM, using "startx" command
> > line, or even using "X" command line), my machine freezes for a few
> > seconds before rebooting instantly. My first thought was that the
> > X.org port wasn't compiled for 6.0-RC1, so I recompiled it. Nope, it
> > still crashes. So I ran X with verbose level 9, and got this (if this
> > isn't the right place to paste large text blocks, SORRY! Just tell me
> > where should I read the mailing-lists etiquete):
> Just a thought but did you compile your kernel with:
> options COMPAT_FREEBSD5
> > I had to disable GDM auto-start, otherwise the machine would be
> > rebooting itself everytime. Any idea on how we should work on that
> > X.org problem? Note that the machine was working perfectly on
> > FreeBSD-5.4, FreeBSD-5.2.1, Linux (Debian 3.0 and 3.1, Slackware 9,
> > 9.1, 10), Windows (XP, 98), and FreeeDOS.
> > If more information if needed, I can provide.
> > Thanks in advance.
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