Subject: Re: startx reboots machine
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Ray Phillips <email@example.com>
Date: 08/28/2007 11:33:10
>On Mon, Aug 27, 2007 at 06:51:27PM +1000, Ray Phillips wrote:
>> I've installed NetBSD/amd64 (built from sources CVS-updated on 21
>> June 2007) on a Dell Precision 490; its dmesg's output is appended to
>> this email. The x11/kdebase3 package has been installed using the
>> 2007Q2 pkgsrc, but I guess that's irrelevant at the moment. I've
>> found running 'xinit' or 'startx' reboots the machine.
>Could you retry with a realy -current kernel?
>I think I commited a fix for this last night.
OK, I CVS-updated my -current sources at about 15:00 UTC on 27 August
and built a new release, but the system still crashed using it. The
only change I made was to replace the kernel I'd been using with the
GENERIC.MP one from the new build, is that all right?