shouldn’t be a problem it had been working perfectly until 11.1
Thsi box works for yesr under Suse including prevous version 11.1
and it works perfectly. 11.2 is a desaster on installation.System just crash after first rebooting. So geting back to your suggestion OK it is ATI older one which worked perfectly unitl noe11.2 version.
well this box has been working perfectly under SuSE for years the problem start fiorst tiem with noew 11.2 version during instlation.
System just crash after first reboot. Keyboard nad mouse are regular ps2 conection which had been working just fine for the years [unesr prevous versions of SuSE]
With the latest openSUSE release using a new Xorg version that utilizes autodetection of hardware via hal, xorg.conf is often not required. However, for some graphics hardware this is bound to be problematic, and manual configuration may be necessary (via sax2 from runlevel 3).
deselect the “Use Automatic Configuration”, and self select your
and, as for you insistance that everything should work because it has
since SuSE 5.0, what was that about 1997, RIGHT…in your dreams you
are running a 12 year old machine that was born with the minimum
requirements for 11.2
Processor: Intel: Pentium 1-4, Xeon or newer; AMD: Duron, Athlon,
Athlon XP, Athlon MP, Athlon 64, Sempron, Opteron or newer
Main memory: At least 256 MB; 512 MB recommended
Hard disk: At least 500 MB for minimal system; 2.5 GB recommended
for standard system
Sound and graphics cards: Supports most modern sound and graphics cards
No it is not that old it is just amd 1800+ and some ATI .
Well I’m old programmer and remember Linux on FD first Slackware distro.But since SuSE 5.0 relax due to comfort of German engineering. Since SuSE is under Novell the comfort is decreasing. Any way it is shocking that system crash WITHOUT of any messages. Well, OK some auto procedures jut failed - So What !!!??? it is normal in IT jobs but crashing system with no message is a just pure job and this is more Microsoftish approach then Linux with German SuSE heritage.