mas at mylug.org
Wed Mar 29 01:41:24 UTC 2006
On Tue, Mar 28, 2006 at 08:00:00PM +0200, Alan McKinnon wrote:
> You seem to have a most unusual problem there, and you did a bunch of
> sensible things. It looks like one of those things that needs some
> heavy guns to solve. So here's how I would tackle it:
That is comforting in a way :-)
> Get the .config for the current working Debian kernel, the last Ubuntu
> kernel that worked and the current Ubuntu kernel, and diff them. See
> if that highlights anything. Does Ubuntu boot using the Debian kernel
> btw? Then use the Debian .config to build a kernel under Ubuntu, test
> it, and check errors (if any). Any differences in the kernel
> parameters between working and non-working kernels?
> > error opening security policy file /etc/xserver/SecurityPolicy
> Does that file exist, and what's in it? On my Breezy
> it's /etc/X11/xserver/SecurityPolicy - one extra dir in the path
As in debian it is in /etc/X11/xserver. They are identical when I
I will try redoing things in a day or two. Regrding the comment about
kernels, generally, I compile my own to keep things to a minimum. On my
sarge machine, I am running 2.6.16 (vanilla) with Nvidia 8178 driver.
Will try the same on dapper and come back.
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