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Re: [Xen-users] Xen-Kernel "freezes" X11

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On Sun, Jun 6, 2010 at 9:54 PM, Wolfgang Formann <wformann@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello!
> I have here openSuse 11.1 with X11 (using some nvidia graphics) and all
> patches installed.
> When I try to switch to some other virtual screen with Ctrl-Alt-Fx then
> the X Server freezes, meaning that not even pressing the numlock key on
> the keyboard causes the led to switch status. Remote access is still
> possible, nothing consumes CPU-cycles, no interesting messages in
> whatever logfile. And this even happens while xdm shows the login screen.
> This does not happen when I boot the machine without a Xen-kernel.
> Does this ring some bell? Any solution or any area where to search?
> Thanks
> Wolfgang
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Have you tried using uvesafb driver for framebuffer console? It is
known to work quite well with Xen+Nvidia binary drivers.


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