x server breakage?
jpedras at webvolution.net
Sun Aug 8 16:55:46 PDT 2004
did you figure this one out? After I added 'io' it started complaining
about /dev/vga not
The xserver log error is 'xf86MapVidMem: Could not mmap /dev/vga
I do have 'device vga' in the kernel.
T Kellers wrote:
>On Saturday 07 August 2004 05:38 pm, David Wolfskill wrote:
>>Do you have
>>device io # I/O device
>>in your kernel config? If not, did you read /usr/src/UPDATING?
> making /dev/(null|zero) into a module proved to be too unpopular,
> so this bit has been revoked from the previous (20040801) entry.
> The /dev/mem, /dev/io /dev/(null/zero) devices are now modules,
> so you may wish to add them to your kernel config file. See
> GENERIC for examples.
>I thought the note on 20040802 backed out all the changes referenced in the
>note from 20040801, including /dev/io.
>I'll try putting /dev/io in the kernel.
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