Just ran sax2 at the command line :) Sadly it still dind't work.
Looking at the /var/log/SaX.log I see what seems to be a problem in:
(WW) open /dev/fb1: No such file or directory
(WW) open /dev/fb2: No such file or directory
(WW) open /dev/fb3: No such file or directory
(WW) open /dev/fb4: No such file or directory
(WW) open /dev/fb5: No such file or directory
(WW) open /dev/fb6: No such file or directory
(WW) open /dev/fb7: No such file or directory
(EE) R128(0): Failed to open framebuffer device, consult warnings and/
or errors above for possible reasons
Other than that, there are some warnings about fonts, but that should
be no big deal I think.
Interesting enough, in /dev the only fb device is fb0.
On Sep 25, 2005, at 2:30 PM, Larry S. Stotler wrote:
Greg Evans <greg.evans7(a)verizon.net> wrote:
Hi, hopefully this is the right place to be
I have a Powerbook G3/500 (Pismo) with a dead LCD display and an
external CRT attached to it. I
can get a nice console up on the CRT by passing 'video=ofonly' to the
boot (or in lilo.conf), but am
unable to get X to run.
I had problems with X on my PowerMac 7500. No matter what I tried,
I have to use Sax2's default suggestion. Have you tried that?
Also, are you sure you are in the right "Init?". Try "init 5" at
the command line. That will change it to an XDM/KDM/GDM login.
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