Re: Upgrading Kernel kills X ...

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On Thu, 20 Nov 2003, Brian McGrew wrote:

> It's just that under RedHat 9.0, a non-RedHat kernel upgrade kills my
> Xserver.  When it tries to start X, I get a signal 11.  Also, if I connect
> to the machine from another host, set my display and try and run X with gdb
> attached, even though there is no debug compiled in, I can see that
> apperantly, X is dying in a function that looks like it's trying to probe
> the PCI bus.

Does this happen if you disable dri/glx in XF86Config?

Does this happen if you downgrade your build tools (binutils, gcc) to the
version in RedHat 7.3?
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