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Old 04-05-2004, 07:01 AM   #1
dilip2004
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startx- XFree86 not supported message, failed to set up write combined range (0xfd000


I have suse linux and oracle installed. A user oracle has been created. when i give startx command from any user other than oracle GUI starts but with user oracle it does not start and gives following masses and comes back ot command promp:

this is pre release version of XFree86 and any way it is not supported.
(==) using config file: "/etc/X11/XF86Config
(ww) ati(0): failed to set up write combined range (0xfd000000, 0x800000)
(ww) ati(0): failed to set up write combined range (0xfd000000, 0x800000)
 
  


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