On 2010-08-07 08:37, DenverD wrote:
> Carlos E. R. wrote:
>> However, it works alright, it seems, if I use -safe-mode.
> i’d first make a new user and set up some accounts (you can tell
> t-bird to leave all mail on the server (so you can collect it in your
> regular user later, when t-bird behaves))
Works fine, as I knew. Just for checking.
> if that doesn’t work i’d compare the kernel parameters for the safe
> boot, to those normally booted (see both in /boot/grub/menu.lst)…
I haven’t booted in…48 days. Not that.
> i guess if you were to change the parameter in your normal boot to
> replace vga=[whatever] with vga=normal you might find the problem is
> as i suspect, graphics related…
> if not, i think i’d try using YaST to uninstall and then reinstall
> t-bird…if i’m not mistaken that will not touch your stored mail,
> settings, etc…
Naaa… a second user works fine, it is some configuration thing. I suspect a borked sqlite database.
> i see you use 11.2, which (i think) doesn’t by default have an
> xorg.conf, if yours doesn’t then maybe one day the boot magic picked
> the wrong video driver to load ???
No, because I had not logged out.
I exited th. to cpy a folder, entered again, failed. But the X session was the same one.
No, this thing is related exclusively to the Th configuration.
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 11.2 x86_64 “Emerald” GM (Elessar))