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« on: March 27, 2008, 10:42:33 AM »

I've tested the latest version of Pardus (2007.3) on a friend laptop, but both the LiveCd and and the install version have problems.
The notebook is a Asus F3E series with a Intel X3100 video card. Xserver won't start at all (I've tried all the 3 boot mode in the liveCD), the error is:

(EE) Failed to allocate Framebuffer: is your videoRAM set too low?

lspci tell that the card is a intel GM965/GL960
in the xorg.conf the driver is set to "Intel"
if I change it to "vesa" and do a startx the screen become a pale green then the PC freeze.
No way to set a fixed amount of video memory in bios.

The installCD start normally then after some time the screen become black and again the pc is freezed.
The same cd start normally on another notebook with a NVidia 8400 card and on a PC with a integrated ATI  card (X200).

Anyone have ideas?
Thanks in advance and cheers
Ercole
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