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Until recently, I have been able to use SaX2 from SUSE11.0 YaST2 to change hardware configurations. But somehow, right now, I am unable to start SaX2 from YaST2. I have tried the command 'sax2 --fullscreen', but it causes no errors and no returns.
Am I missing something?
I am trying to change Keyboard assignment. The messages show that SaX2 is reading several modules, but nothing comes up.
I have also tried to check Graphic Card and Monitor, the situation is the same. The messages show SaX2 is reading several modules, but nothing comes up with no errors.
Distribution: Mandriva 2009 X86_64 suse 11.3 X86_64 Centos X86_64 Debian X86_64 Linux MInt 86_64 OS X
Originally Posted by skengaku
I have checked system log, /var/log/messages
Found the error below
linux-c4zb kernel: xapi: segfault at 21 ip 43801a sp 7fff354b21c0 error 6 in xapi[400000+c1000]
Segfault just speaking out of my memory occurs when a program try
to aces a part of the memory which is he is not allowed to.
So it is just long shot what more programs are you running when you use sax2 ?