Salutations people =)
Well, I decided to install debian lenny for amd64 on my desktop. The base installation took place without any complication. I do normally install just base system and then use apt-build to install xorg and gnome. Here is where the problem appeared.
The process itself (the download and compilation of all the sources) had no problems at all. The problem is when I start the system, when gnome display manager tries to start the screen just doesn't display anything and I get the typical screen message as it the monitor would have been unplugged of the vga.
I suppose something is missing or need s to be manually configured in xorg.conf
As additional information I have the following desktop pc.
CPU = Intel C2D E7200
M.BOARD = DFI LanParty DK P35-T2RS
V.CARD = MSI ATI Radeon HD4850
MONITOR = CRT Samsung SyncMaster 75DFX
Here is the image of the error:
The image says: "Sinc: Fuera Límite" that translated to english would mean "Sync: Out of limit"
And the screen of the monitor:
The glowing rectangle that appears is the error message scrolling in all directions, the same as a screensaver.