kde startup crash
jsowden at americansentry.net
Wed Sep 24 05:54:48 BST 2003
Your message put me on the right track. I was pleased to hear that the LCD
mfgs established standard error text, so it can be supported without knowing
the details of one mfg. I am using 1280 by 1024 @ 75hz (I believe). I reran
sax2, after overcoming some other problem (don't remember now). I think a
config file got trashed somehow. I had a freeze (you know, like ms windows?)
and had to turn off the computer ungracefully (couldn't switch to a different
console and kill a few pids).
Thanks for the help,
On Saturday 20 September 2003 02:42 pm, Michael Adam wrote:
> Am Dienstag, 16. September 2003 18:52 schrieb John Sowden:
> > I recently installed suse 8.2 pro, which came with kde 3.1 on a 1.2Ghz
> > 256MB ram box. All is fine. Then yesterday, when I was demoing (sp?) my
> > new machine to a windows kinda guy, I got an "Input Not Supported"
> > message on the screen. I have learned that this is an internal message
> > generated by my Envision LCD screen display. I can ctrl-alt-F1 to
> > another console and it runs fine in text mode. On boot, Lilo comes up in
> > graphics fine. I do not get the kde sign-on screen, and I read a message
> > on the tty1 screen that said: DCOP communications error! and using
> > insecure memory. I have been using the machine for about 2 weeks with no
> > other problems (except a modem issue).
> > This might not be a kde issue, but I don't know where to start
> Asked google? <-(
> Does your xf86Config meet the monitor's capabilities?
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