DragonFly bugs List (threaded) for 2005-04
Re: Hangs using X
I'm back again on my brand new DragonFly 1.2.0-RELEASE which I installed
from scratch; more SWAP space (1 Gb). I first installed FreeBSD
4.9-RELEASE, is the last RELEASE CD I have at hand. Then I crosscompiled
and got to DragonFly. I build all the ports from scratch on DragonFly. I'm
still building GNOME 2.10. I'm playing around a little bit with Fluxbox
and yes, yes as you could imagine, I'm still having hangs when using X
(x.org from DFly port override).
I don't know what is happening, could it be libtool15 override? Or maybe
the fact I crosscompiled from FreeBSD?
Sorry, I won't try to catch the bug again, that leave my system dead.
On Wed, 06 Apr 2005 14:30:42 -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote:
> :It was a box running DragonFly BSD 1.1-CURRENT, the freeze problem came up
> :again and, as Matt said to me, I was trying to catch a dump, but when I
> :restarted after the freeze, the /var partition was damaged, so I decided
> :to format it with "newfs" under DragonFly, then I "upgrade" to FreeBSD
> :4.9-RELEASE. Now, I'm switching to DragonFly again.
> :On Thu, 07 Apr 2005 00:21:07 +0800, Bill Hacker wrote:
> :> Guillermo Garcia Rojas wrote:
> :>> damaged, I'm now in a jump from FreeBSD 4.9 to DragonFly.
> :> ?? Is this a box that *was* running FreeBSD 4.9, and has been 'upgraded'
> :> to DragonFly? Or a box that had-at-one-time run 4.9 and was given a
> :> fresh install
> :> (with newfs) of DragonFly .. or something else entirely...
> :> Bill Hacker
> :Powered by DragonFly BSD
> :Guillermo Garcia-Rojas
> I think a serial console may be the only way to see what is happening.
> Matthew Dillon