i have installed crunchbang on an old sony notebook (pcg-grt816e). it is the best choice, cause the graphic card is supported. in other linux distribution i had massive problems. thx for the great work.
i have now another problem:
while the linux is booting (permanently), while using other programs or terminals i need to press all x-seconds or sometimes permanently the space bar or another key, to keep them running.
if i don't do that the window or boot process is frozen until i begin to press a key.
is this an energy managent feature? ;-)
how can i solve this problem?
p.s.: sorry for my bad english
Last edited by till (2013-05-11 21:36:07)
Never heard of that.
Do you have the same problem when you switch to a virtual console with Ctrl+Alt+F2, login, and run for example
apt-cache policy xserver-xorg
Post output of following commands from a terminal window
dmesg cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log
PS: The output is long. Post it between 'code' tags please.
Thx. It seems that I solved the problem with the boot-parameter "noapic"!