X server  cann't start normally

Posted on 2007-10-06
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
hello all,

   i just finished SUSE 10.3 installation, and configured graphic card at final step of hard configuration, with following parameters ,1024x768, 256bit. However, after rebooting,  nothing is shown in graphic mode.
 Trying to change graphic configuration, i rebooted machine into failsafe mode and started "Yast", but i got the same problem.
  are there any tipps of how to change these graphic related setting by hand?

thanx in advance
Question by:kim_wei

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    hello, all,

       i just found a solution,

    1.)boot machine into failsafe
    2.)start SaX2 with "-u" parameter

    it should be possible to change the setting of graphic and monitor now. In my case, i changed the setting from XGA to VESA 1024x768@75Hz, everthing is OK.

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