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Old 02-19-2005, 09:24 AM   #1
covaigold
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Red face Cannot Get into X11 as well as to terminal--Some Space error it shows


I was indulged in building gnome 2.8 from cvs, after it was moreover 90% run without errors. Then i left some modules unbuilt and with the view that i can continue the work later. After the when i switched on the booting was normal but when the X11 was yet to start i received a message as

[drm:i830-wait-ring] *ERROR* Lockup
[drm:i830-wait-ring] *ERROR* space:131056 wanted 131064

and the screen flashes and comes back to terminal and before we can proceed it repeats these errors and flash. This continues repeatedly. Cannot even work get the terminal or the X11. what can i do to restore back without any errors.

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Distribution : Fedora Core 2
Ram : 256 MB
Allocated size for Linux : 10 GB only
 
  


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