Hi, Kirk and folks.
I`ve posted the startingup output with the errors on pstebin:
Please take a look and give me some advise what I
On Sun, Feb 24, 2008 at 7:36 PM, wrote:
> Hi, Kirk and folks.
> I`ve posted the startingup output with the errors on pstebin:
Can you give us a little more information?
Can you try the build I put up on Friday instead? There is a link from
the binary builds page (its in the same location as the other one).
You're running lg3d-app?
Can you also post the contents of /var/tmp/lgserver.log - for some
reason the lg3d X11 server isn't starting. I'm guessing this is
because of a variation in the setup for debian testing. The error you
are getting is
Fatal server error: No valid FontPath could be found.
So I'm guessing there may be a compatibility issue with the xorg conf.
Do you have any references to FontPath in your xorg config? Mine looks
# path to defoma fonts
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Here is my lgserver.log: http://www.pastebin.ca/918941
no I tried to run lg3d-session.
On Tue, Feb 26, 2008 at 11:16 PM, wrote:
> Hi, Kirk.
> Here is my lgserver.log: http://www.pastebin.ca/918941
> no I tried to run lg3d-session.
Ahh ok. As far as I remember lg3d-session has been deprecated - and
replaced with lg3d-app. Basically lg3d-session would only run if you
have an nvidia card, and even then it would be a hassle to work with.
That is why lg3d-app was implemented. lg3d-app is used when you start
a lg3d session from the gnome/kde login option.
Does lg3d-app work for you?
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