Updating kernel with slackpkg

Please note: If you appear to use the correct driver and you still keep getting this message it is very likely that your chipset isnt supported (yet). Version/ cd RPMS/ rpm2tgz *installpkg *cd desktop-integration/ Take what you need Last update: 2007-12-13 /Author: Niclas Magnusson/Revision: 1.0 oder indem man die eigene Java Engine verwendet # ./setup -j /usr/lib/java/bin/java [email protected]:/etc/acpi# cat acpi_#!

In this case you may try the vesa driver or - if this doesnt work - the vga driver. /bin/sh IFS=$/ set [email protected] case "

Please note: If you appear to use the correct driver and you still keep getting this message it is very likely that your chipset isnt supported (yet). Version/ cd RPMS/ rpm2tgz *installpkg *cd desktop-integration/ Take what you need Last update: 2007-12-13 /Author: Niclas Magnusson/Revision: 1.0 oder indem man die eigene Java Engine verwendet # ./setup -j /usr/lib/java/bin/java [email protected]:/etc/acpi# cat acpi_#!In this case you may try the vesa driver or - if this doesnt work - the vga driver. /bin/sh IFS=$/ set [email protected] case "$1" in button) case "$2" in power) logger "Powerbutton as supsend - aha /etc/acpi/..." /opt/powermanagement/suspend #/sbin/init 0 ;; *) logger "ACPI action $2 is not defined" ;; esac ;; *) logger "ACPI group $1 / action $2 is not defined" ;; esac #!I think the most obvious intrusive change is that Slackware-current moved to using the “new” X. Robby Workman has put a lot of work in assembling a coherent set of X.Org which no longer depends on HAL for hardware detection and initialization. Org sources as well as getting this stuff tested widely before it got added to Slackware (see The new GTK proves to be a difficult bugger with apparent incompatibilities with previous releases.

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Please note: If you appear to use the correct driver and you still keep getting this message it is very likely that your chipset isnt supported (yet). Version/ cd RPMS/ rpm2tgz *installpkg *cd desktop-integration/ Take what you need Last update: 2007-12-13 /Author: Niclas Magnusson/Revision: 1.0 oder indem man die eigene Java Engine verwendet # ./setup -j /usr/lib/java/bin/java [email protected]:/etc/acpi# cat acpi_#!

In this case you may try the vesa driver or - if this doesnt work - the vga driver. /bin/sh IFS=$/ set [email protected] case "$1" in button) case "$2" in power) logger "Powerbutton as supsend - aha /etc/acpi/..." /opt/powermanagement/suspend #/sbin/init 0 ;; *) logger "ACPI action $2 is not defined" ;; esac ;; *) logger "ACPI group $1 / action $2 is not defined" ;; esac #!

I think the most obvious intrusive change is that Slackware-current moved to using the “new” X. Robby Workman has put a lot of work in assembling a coherent set of X.

Org which no longer depends on HAL for hardware detection and initialization. Org sources as well as getting this stuff tested widely before it got added to Slackware (see The new GTK proves to be a difficult bugger with apparent incompatibilities with previous releases.

" in button) case "" in power) logger "Powerbutton as supsend - aha /etc/acpi/..." /opt/powermanagement/suspend #/sbin/init 0 ;; *) logger "ACPI action is not defined" ;; esac ;; *) logger "ACPI group

Please note: If you appear to use the correct driver and you still keep getting this message it is very likely that your chipset isnt supported (yet). Version/ cd RPMS/ rpm2tgz *installpkg *cd desktop-integration/ Take what you need Last update: 2007-12-13 /Author: Niclas Magnusson/Revision: 1.0 oder indem man die eigene Java Engine verwendet # ./setup -j /usr/lib/java/bin/java [email protected]:/etc/acpi# cat acpi_#!In this case you may try the vesa driver or - if this doesnt work - the vga driver. /bin/sh IFS=$/ set [email protected] case "$1" in button) case "$2" in power) logger "Powerbutton as supsend - aha /etc/acpi/..." /opt/powermanagement/suspend #/sbin/init 0 ;; *) logger "ACPI action $2 is not defined" ;; esac ;; *) logger "ACPI group $1 / action $2 is not defined" ;; esac #!I think the most obvious intrusive change is that Slackware-current moved to using the “new” X. Robby Workman has put a lot of work in assembling a coherent set of X.Org which no longer depends on HAL for hardware detection and initialization. Org sources as well as getting this stuff tested widely before it got added to Slackware (see The new GTK proves to be a difficult bugger with apparent incompatibilities with previous releases.

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Please note: If you appear to use the correct driver and you still keep getting this message it is very likely that your chipset isnt supported (yet). Version/ cd RPMS/ rpm2tgz *installpkg *cd desktop-integration/ Take what you need Last update: 2007-12-13 /Author: Niclas Magnusson/Revision: 1.0 oder indem man die eigene Java Engine verwendet # ./setup -j /usr/lib/java/bin/java [email protected]:/etc/acpi# cat acpi_#!

In this case you may try the vesa driver or - if this doesnt work - the vga driver. /bin/sh IFS=$/ set [email protected] case "$1" in button) case "$2" in power) logger "Powerbutton as supsend - aha /etc/acpi/..." /opt/powermanagement/suspend #/sbin/init 0 ;; *) logger "ACPI action $2 is not defined" ;; esac ;; *) logger "ACPI group $1 / action $2 is not defined" ;; esac #!

I think the most obvious intrusive change is that Slackware-current moved to using the “new” X. Robby Workman has put a lot of work in assembling a coherent set of X.

Org which no longer depends on HAL for hardware detection and initialization. Org sources as well as getting this stuff tested widely before it got added to Slackware (see The new GTK proves to be a difficult bugger with apparent incompatibilities with previous releases.

/ action is not defined" ;; esac #!

I think the most obvious intrusive change is that Slackware-current moved to using the “new” X. Robby Workman has put a lot of work in assembling a coherent set of X.

Org which no longer depends on HAL for hardware detection and initialization. Org sources as well as getting this stuff tested widely before it got added to Slackware (see The new GTK proves to be a difficult bugger with apparent incompatibilities with previous releases.

You can also let the server generate a config file: as root just run X -configure.*", ATTR=="70:xx:yy:zz:bb:cc", ATTR=="0x0", ATTR=="1", KERNEL=="eth*", NAME="eth0" # PCI device 0x14e4:0x4353 (wl) SUBSYSTEM=="net", ACTION=="add", DRIVERS=="?*", ATTR=="00:xx:yy:aa:bb:cc", ATTR=="0x0", ATTR=="1", KERNEL=="eth*", NAME="wlan0" # xrandr VGA-0 connected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 1280x1024 60.0 ...LVDS connected 1600x900 0 0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 345mm x 194mm 1600x900 60.0* ..# xrandr --output VGA-0 --mode 1280x1024 No open source driver for the ATI X1250 yet - but as as surprise, the closed source ati driver v8.4 is working - /usr/share/ati/The swiss german keyboard needs the followed settings in Special keys...

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