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You must upgrade to the latest release: 4.0.1e

The fix for this problem went into 4.0.1d, but since you
need to upgrade, you might as well get the latest code.

Miles

On Wed, 8 Nov 2000, David Luyer wrote:

>
> I'm having problems with X 4.0.1 and 2.4.0-test kernels on a Toshiba Libretto
> 110CT. Is this likely to be related to a known problem or can someone
> recommend some random intermediate kernel versions to try (binary elimination
> avoiding known-bad kernel versions...)?
>
> H/w: Toshiba Libretto 110CT (NM2160), Xircom CEM336 modem/ethernet
> S/w: Debian woody as at Wed Nov 8, with old xserver-svga package for testing
>
> Kernel xserver-xfree86 4.0.1-1 xserver-svga 3.3.6-10
> 2.4.0-test10 Fail OK
> 2.4.0-test4pre3 Fail OK
> 2.2.15 (Debian build) OK OK
>
> "Fail" here means X startup results in a blank LCD, unable to switch to
> text consoles either, SAK results in a screen full of previous graphics-mode
> display on LCD, even if it was pre-reboot, at that screen it is possible to
> type (although not to see the result), login, reboot the system, try a
> different version of X, etc (as long as you can remember what you've typed).
>
> Thanks for any help,
> David.
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