On Fri, 27 Mar 2009 16:23:50 -0400 Michael <macallan%netbsd.org@localhost> wrote: > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Hash: SHA1 > > Hello, > > On Mar 26, 2009, at 10:31 AM, T. M. Pederson wrote: [...] > > My case is a bit different: Mac Mini (Radeon 9200) > > > > I'd gone at the config with xorgconfig, which, of course, has > > the same wskbd issue. > > > > The current state is: > > Using startx gets the machine to hang. > > Setting xdm=YES and wscons=YES gets the machine to hang. > > Setting xdm=YES and wscons=NO gets a login screen, but as soon > > as I log in, the system hangs. At least this approach gets > > results in the logs. > > I suggest you have a look at your Xorg logfile - according to the one > you attached the Xserver is up and running. Apparently it's using a > video mode your monitor doesn't like. Here's the relavant bit: I don't know what "doesn't like" is supposed to mean in this context. I'd expect a sync issue of some sort, but what? > (II) RADEON(0): EDID vendor "PCK", prod id 226 > (II) RADEON(0): DDCModeFromDetailedTiming: 1920x1200 Warning: We only > handle seperate sync. > (II) RADEON(0): Output: S-video, Detected Monitor Type: 0 > (II) RADEON(0): Output DVI-0 connected > (II) RADEON(0): Output S-video disconnected > (II) RADEON(0): Output DVI-0 using initial mode 1920x1200 > Also: > (WW) RADEON(0): Video BIOS not detected, using default clock settings! > (II) RADEON(0): Probed PLL values: xtal: 27.000000 Mhz, sclk: > 249.750000 Mhz, mclk: 190.125000 Mhz > (II) RADEON(0): PLL parameters: rf=2700 rd=12 min=12500 max=35000; > xclk=10514 > > 27MHz reference clock is very common but may or may not be what your > radeon is using. Please check your OpenFirmware device tree, the > radeon's node should have a property with the correct clock. If you > don't know what to look for please run ofctl -p and post the output. The dev tree lists it as 27MHz. I don't see how either of these cause the machine to lock up on login. Both look like elements that I'd expect would cause the display to not work at all. [...] > > wscons doesn't matter, as long as xdm login works, but what *should* > > wscons > > be on macppc these days? > > I'm not sure what exactly you're trying to ask. Macppc has been all > wscons for a long time. I'm trying to ask, since macppc is now wscons, how do I get xdm to work with that? For that matter, how to I get xdm or startx to a working session at all, assuming the Mini falls outside the range of having it all (wscons, xdm and startx) work under the same config?
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