since yesterday I’ve a new notebook (HP Compag 615) and i’ve tried to install openSUSE 11.0.
But there were some problems.
1.) I was only able to install SUSE in text mode and not the graphic mode(I don’t know why).
2.) After successful installation and reboot, I’ve tried to run SUSE from harddisk. The system check started but after
‘Checking if this processor honours the WP bit even in supervisor mode…Ok.’’
nothing happens anymore. It looks like the system hang up.
Does anybody knows about this problem and has a solution for me?
Ok, I’ve tried the Failsafe system starts up and ask me for login and password.
I’ve logged in now and run “startx”
Had a look at the systemlog- it shows the following error:
“CPU Freuency scaling is not supported by your processor”
“Cannot load CPUFREQ govenours - no CPUFREQ driver available”
Rexikis adjusted his/her AFDB on Sunday 13 Sep 2009 18:36 to write:
> it’s the only reason, that I haven’t a 11.1 DVD.
> Ok, I’ve tried the Failsafe system starts up and ask me for login and
> I’ve logged in now and run “startx”
> Had a look at the systemlog- it shows the following error:
> “CPU Freuency scaling is not supported by your processor”
> “Cannot load CPUFREQ govenours - no CPUFREQ driver available”
> Any idea about that one?
You might find that if you are in failsafe then the underlying ACPI and
other settings are off so the system will probably not be running 100%$ and
cpuscaling is disabled.
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So I’ve started SUSE in failsafe and and run startx.
After succussful running the graphics, I’ve got an horrible sound out of the laptop. Sonds like a resonance frequency (feedback).
I’ve downloaded the latest version (11.1), checksum ok, and tried to run the installation. After loading the kernel (100%), the monitor stays black and nothing happens anymore.
Any ideas what to get around the problem?
I’ve started again from scratch. Now everything worked well. It went completely through the installation & configuration process in graphical mode. After completion of the installation and a restart (booting from harddisk) I get the following error message:
Fatal server error:
no screens found
xinit : Connection refused (errno 111): unable to oconnect to x server
xinit : No such process (errno 3): Server error