[Ilugc] ATI Rage 128 Pro GL and XFree86
- From: prabhu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Prabhu Ramachandran)
- Date: Sun, 14 Jul 2002 14:52:11 +0530
"SK" == Sriram Karra <karra@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
SK> I have on my desk a box with all the frills of a debian woody
SK> system ... except for X :) My video card is as mentioned in
SK> the subject line.
SK> * I was absent for a while when the X packages were installed
SK> and configured; in any case the result is I can type startx
SK> and be greated by a horrendous screen with terrible resolution
SK> and fonts. Any attempt to start gnome-session or kdestart
SK> result in a signal 11 that terminates the X server
I believe the ATI Rage family is well supported. A few points to
1. Make sure you are using Xfree86 4.x. Avoid the older 3.3.x
2. Wipe out your older XFree86 server related packages (including
the config files) and re-install them.
3. I usually let debconf handle the configuration and it does a
fairly good job.
From karthi keyan" <karthiprithi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx Sun Jul 14 18:20:56 2002
From: karthi keyan" <karthiprithi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (karthi keyan)
Date: 14 Jul 2002 18:20:56 -0000
Subject: [Ilugc] oracle8i in redhat linux
i increase the swap memory 900MB, the
installer stops at the same point, please give some
any one help me to install the oracle in linux,while i
start the installation, the m/c gives.
Instializing Java Runtime Environment.... plese wait...
then the machine stops the installation.i have the swap
size is 900MB, and 512MB RAM, 3GB hard disk space,
please help me,
thanks in advance,
On Sat, 13 Jul 2002 tom@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote :
To install oracle in Linux you require a very large
swap space and some
very major tweaks..
also please visit the web and note down the changes
which have to be made
for installing ORACLe.
SWAP space minimum is about 800MB ....which Is why the
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