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Old 4th August 2010
Lilith Lilith is offline
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Default Xorg 1.6.5 on OBSD 4.7 segfaults. :(

So I kind of have a tiny bit of a _huge_ freaking problem. I've recently installed OBSD 4.6 on a P3 with 755MHz CPU, 128Mb RAM, P3V4X mainboard, and S3Virge graphics card. Everything went all fun and night skies until I tried to start up xdm, at which point it decided that it hates me, segfaulted, and in the process Jihaded the entire OS. :/ I tried using different drivers (s3, s3virge, and vesa) with the same results. When SSH-ing into the box and running X from there I managed to find out that it actually segfaults, but nothing more than that. I'm kind of at my wit's end round about now with _no_ clue as to how to continue with this. Which sucks since I kind of wanted to have the computer done last week already.
I've gotten _some_ logs in the mean time, but nothing that seems to help. Could anybody help me out?
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