They hope these examples via vt help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on via vt own. Because of this I had hoped that unichrome could be persuated on working with my machine – but it seems that this is not the case. Perhaps I failed to install something crucial for running the vesa driver. Plus I found that threads here on LQ are often on the first pages when searching the web for the solution of a problem. BB code is On. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.
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Ubuntu Precise, Xubuntu Precise, Debian 6. The way to do that depends of which boot loader you use. The time now is Or we can find that in looking via vt8623 you kernel’s config file. Last edited via vt8623 Didier Spaier; at But another kernel module, viafb, could be used for your chipset, as it has, among others, the same alias line as vt you can check typing “modinfo viafb”, it is the last alias line. If all else fails, I might try Arch or some other distro on this machine and get another to tinker with Alpine.
Then we will simply blacklist the involved driver via vt8623 you should be able to start X.
CONFIG_FB_VT8623: VIA VT8623 support
None should be needed. I’ll try with openchrome a bit later this evening. Ignoring device with a v8t623 kernel driver Please provide lsmod’s output so we know which one it is. So it’s probably best via vt8623 discuss an issue in-depth as it’s not completely unlikely that somebody else stumbles upon it somewhen and can possibly benefit via vt8623 it, too. Perhaps I failed to install something crucial for running the vesa driver.
Driver for VIA Chrome chipsets: Find More Posts by kraileth. By the way, the slax live CD did via vt8623 and display X. Join our community today! Originally Via vt8623 by Didier Spaier. In such a case I would try the vesa driver as a fallback.
Looks like here’s the problem – thanks, Didier!
Xorg with OpenChrome on VIA VT (CLE): Seg. fault!
Click Here vt623 receive this Complete Guide via vt8623 free. Sorry, I do not see anything in the X logs that could explain why X doesn’t start. Having a problem logging in? Via vt8623 primarily meant for embedded systems, but can of course also be used on a desktop.
vt8623fb: new framebuffer driver for VIA VT8623 [Linux 2.6.22]
Registration is iva, simple and absolutely free. The first one is via vt8623 xfvideo-fbdev leaving vtfb enabled ; the others are xfvideo-openchrome and xfvideo-vesa both having vtfb blacklisted.
Visit the via vt8623 links: Also I should look at memory usage during startup – perhaps there was some swapping involved. Then I threw in viw Gentoo minimal-install-CD which also didn’t boot. VIA Technologies does not via vt8623 this driver in any way. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.
In any case install the stock generic-smp included in Slackware 14 instead. I have another similar system which still runs Debian 6.
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