Subject: Re: scsi synchronous mode
To: Michael L. Hitch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jasper Y. Wong <email@example.com>
Date: 10/10/1995 15:13:29
> On Oct 10, 1:11pm, "Jasper Y. Wong" wrote:
> > Thank you!! I really appreciate the helps!
> You're welcome.
> > I've successfully upgraded to -current :) The hangup problem was caused by
> > a simple mistake...( I forgot to 'MAKEDEV all' after I untarred the snapshots.
> > Since I'm using a Spectrum, getty outputs to an unmade device)
> Hmm - I'll bet that's why I had problems with my Picasso. I don't have the
> /dev/ttye3 device defined.
> > Now that I've gotten -current up and running I am now attempting to set up
> > X11R6 on the system. Starting X up in ECS mode works correctly but I've
> > encountered problem when I tried to use Xcl and Xamiga24. When I type
> > startx it would tell me
> > mondef not ok
> > giving up.
> > xinit: Connection refused (errno 61): unable to connect to X server
> > xinit: No such process (errno 3): Server error.
> > I've modified /usr/local/X11R6/lib/X11/xinit/xserverrc such that
> > it points to /usr/local/X11R6/lib/X11/xdm/Xscript and Xscript starts
> > in -mode 7 -dev /dev/grf3. Am I missing something??
> Did you configure the graphics board? The current Cirrus driver uses
> loadable configuration parameters, which need to be set up before using
> the graphics. It's been a while since I was playing around with X11 on
> the Picasso (or even X11 in general - I just got X11R6 going again using
> Xdaniver a few days ago). I can't remember what error I got if the driver
> hadn't been configured.
Hmmm...I'm using the January release of the X11R6 binary distribution...
could that be the problem as well? I'll download the Sept release to
see if there's any difference...