I have read this thread, but still did not understand, how to fix problem.
I am trying to install 64-bit Red Hat Linux Enterprise on my new Dell notebook Inspiron 1318. Startx does not start and give the same error as in previous thread.
The explanations are:
OK. I think at this stage it would be best to check http://www.intellinuxgraphics.org/install.html
. You should check:
- the agpgart, drm, i915 and intel-agp kernel modules are loaded: 'egrep "(agp|gart|drm|i915|intel)" /proc/modules',
- the mesa and drm packages are installed: 'egrep "(drm|mesa)" /var/log/rpmpkgs' or 'rpm -qa | egrep "(drm|mesa)"',
- the Xorg driver package xorg-x11-drv-i810 is installed before continuing.
Then in your Xorg.conf, in the "Driver" section change the driver from "vesa" to "intel".
In your current config DRI and GLX are loaded so then you add these lines to your config:
Then drop to runlevel 3 if you're not there already: 'telinit 3', then try running X using the 'startx' command. Next check your xorg log in case of errors. Often you can grep for errors with: 'egrep "(EE|WW)" /var/log/Xorg.0.log'.
First, what is agpgart, drm, i915 and intel-agp modules? Where I can find them? I run the command, the modules are not in /proc/modules. How I can put them there and from where?