Native Display Problem : Server PC frozen, viewer window
a.phillips "at" met.no
Thu Aug 18 06:24:01 2005
>>>>> "Yat-sang" == Yat-sang Kwong <stigroup "at" rogers.com> writes:
Yat-sang> When I tried to share the native X display, I ran into
Yat-sang> troubles. Please help.
Yat-sang> On opening up the vncviewer to access the native desktop
Yat-sang> 0 with "domainname:0", my vncviewer showed a black
Yat-sang> applet window with a tiny curor that could be moved
Yat-sang> around. But nothing else could be done. On the Redhat
Yat-sang> server side, the whole screen froze ( I am not sure if
Yat-sang> Linux crashes or the X Window system crashes). The only
Yat-sang> thing that can be done is to reboot the Linux PC.
Check the archives (from around the 29 July) - you need to comment out
dri loading to avoid the crash. Why this occurs is uncertain but I
have the following on the machine that freezes with vnc and dri loaded
- Ubuntu 5.04
- Kernel 2.6.10
- Asus A7V600-X
- Graphics card (uncertain and cannot check at the moment)
It may help if those that have the problem list their
hardware/kernel/Xserver info. here to see if we can find a common
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