Subject: Re: X11 on i386
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Space Case <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/18/1998 20:17:00
On Oct 18, 12:15pm, "John F. Woods" wrote:
>I have a new system I'm trying to set up, and I'm also seeing random lockups
>using X with such a chip (SVGA driver). I know it's not the getty issue
>because (a) I've copied my system configuration files over from my old box,
>which has been running quite happily since NetBSD 0.8 ;-), and (b) the system
>does not respond to ping. Note: I have DDB *disabled*, which means the
>system has not panicked (it should core dump and reboot, but it just wedges).
I had the same thing happening -- system just wedges solid. This is with
an egcs-built system. After I rebuilt the system (but not X) with gcc, I
haven't had a wedge since. My hardware:
TX-Pro MB with 233MHz K6
Genoa Phantom with S3/VirgeDX res: 1024x768 @ 16bit
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