On Wed, 15 Nov 2006, Christian Walther wrote: > I edited /etc/sysctl.conf and /boot/loader.conf, adding the > parameter/values you've given me, and rebooted the machine afterwards, > but it didn't change anything.
They might regarding suspend/resume video, but no, not for this one .. > As long as X is running, I can switch between the text consoles and X > without any problem. But as soon as I quit X the screen wents black > and is unusable until I do a cold boot. > I can switch to a console and start X again, thou, but the text > consoles remain unusable. Sorry, I was mistaken .. I've still got this problem too. Once I got suspend/resume going I hadn't quit X in more than a month. Tonight I did, to check, and there was the blank screen again. So I resorted to my old workaround, which may also work for you; I just type 'fixme' at the unseen vty prompt: t23# cat ~/bin/fixme #!/bin/sh # strangely enough, this invalid mode restores vttyX with the error message: # vidcontrol: cannot activate raster display: Inappropriate ioctl for device vidcontrol VESA_800x600 Bizarre, but the only way I found worked, by accident. Valid vidcontrol commands failed to achieve this for me, but I know very little magic .. Earlier I'd found that setting one vty with 'vidcontrol VGA_80x30' before starting X helped if I switched back to that, but only running 'fixme' saved me tonight. It's evil, but sure beats rebooting .. > Sorry for repeating the issue, but maybe I mislead you, because this > is just one problem (at least as far as I can tell). Trying to update > to a new BIOS version might a solution, I should check if there is > anything newer available. If you have access to a windows box to burn the floppies and a USB floppy drive, or Windows on the T23, you're set. I have neither yet. > I tried several configuration up to now, there are many location where > you can download them. All of them had the same problem, so I'm not > entirely convinced that this is an X configuration issue. But could > you sent me your configuration, so I can give this a try? If it > doesn't behave as my configuration does I might be able to locate the > problem. Mailed separately. At least X hasn't crashed on me yet with that conf. HTH, Ian _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"