Originally Posted by edorig
It could be a problem with your particular X server, or it could be a problem in KDE.
You could examine /var/log/Xorg.0.log, /var/log/syslog, /var/log/message to see what went wrong with X.
You could also try to change from KDE to twm (windowmanager included in X.org) by editing your .xinitrc
and see if the problem persists.
particular x server? Isn't it that we have the same software of xorg on our PC(assume that we both installed Xorg 1.14) I used to have Debian and Ubuntu on the same laptop, and somehow Xorg never crash if I just ignore the vedio card driver, in addition, I have amd radeon 5730m in my laptop.
I will check that log later.