On Thu, Apr 29, 2010 at 3:56 PM, Carlos E. R. <carlos.e.r(a)opensuse.org> wrote:
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On 2010-04-28 16:29, Carlos E. R. wrote:
On 2010-04-28 09:51, Andreas Jaeger wrote:
On Tuesday 27 April 2010 22:11:37 Carlos E. R.
> On 2010-04-27 15:42, Stephan Kulow wrote:
>> Am Dienstag 27 April 2010 schrieb Luis Medinas:
>>> Ter, 2010-04-27 às 15:18 +0200, Stephan Kulow escreveu:
>>> It's installable on x86_64 ?
>> No idea, you can test the NET isos
> I will not download an image if I don't know it "should" work, it is
> waste of time I don't have (plus download time). Netinstall? I don't have
> the bandwidth.
I'm just testing the current x86-64 DVD -
looks fine so far,
(openSUSE-DVD-x86_64-Build0576-Media.iso) in kvm,
Thanks. Then I'll try it.
No, I will not :-(
I have an Intel graphic chipset in the laptop I use for testing, a GM45. It has been
support for Intel graphic chipsets is totally broken. Before knowing this I found that
the machine, and s2disk refuses to run. I have read the reports I could find, and it
there is no hope at all of solving the Intel graphic chipset problems any time soon...
thus count me
This is very unfortunate :-((
I don't know if it will help, but when I filed a bug against the Intel
KMS implementation in 2.6.34-rc*
I was advised to disable the new Intel KMS driver:
"Maybe you should switch back to UMS to get a stable system again, i.e. boot
So, AIUI the new Intel KMS driver is very badly behaving, but you can
disable it and use the old framebuffer driver.
Sounds like there needs to be a factory Intel KMS wiki page describing
workarounds. I suspect its different for different chipsets, etc.
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