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Re: [Xen-devel] reboot weirdness - problem identified

I'm still having no luck with this, though I think my expectations are pretty 
reasonable at this time.  I used xf86config to generate a new minimal 
XF86Config-4 file. The key components of it are:

Load "dbe"
Option "omit xfree86-dga"
Load "type1"
Load "speedo"
Driver "vga"
Driver "vesa"

[note I've pulled these out of context, as I'm sure most of you know where 
they go]. 

Even with this the server spontaneously reboots if I try to start x, with 
nothing in the log files. I'm using a fresh Xen build with pristine kernel 
(no agp or drm patches). Starting X from a different kernel works fine.

I'm beginning to think it's something stupid that I've overlooked....


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