Yet another TGUI9440 victim....

Yet another TGUI9440 victim....

Post by roo » Tue, 02 Jan 1996 04:00:00



Sorry to have a "me too" post, but I think I have been
defeated by the TGUI9440AGI stuff as well.

  So far I have installed the 3.1.2A SVGA version, and used
M Schoemaker's helpful post from Dec 21 to set up some
(presumably) valid mode lines.  Unfortunately all I get are
vertical white lines.  This happens for all modes, different
resolution white lines.

  If I change the Device line to "generic", it does seem to
work, although the 360x300 (or whatever it is) resolution
keeps it from being too useful.  This is my first XF86
installation, so I'm a bit at a loss as to what to try next.
Does someone with more experience have advice on what I've
forgotten to do?  Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks,

Anne
-------------------------------------------------------------

Scripps Institute of Oceanography

 
 
 

Yet another TGUI9440 victim....

Post by Robert Schaef » Sun, 07 Jan 1996 04:00:00




>  So far I have installed the 3.1.2A SVGA version, and used
>M Schoemaker's helpful post from Dec 21 to set up some
>(presumably) valid mode lines.  Unfortunately all I get are
>vertical white lines.  This happens for all modes, different
>resolution white lines.

>  If I change the Device line to "generic", it does seem to
>work, although the 360x300 (or whatever it is) resolution
>keeps it from being too useful.  This is my first XF86
>installation, so I'm a bit at a loss as to what to try next.
>Does someone with more experience have advice on what I've
>forgotten to do?  Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Well, you could try the newer beta that should have been announced in
the past week. (I'm not sure it was, I've been out of town for a week
and didn't get a chance to check)  If that doesn't help, let me know and
I'll try to help and see what I can do.

Bob Schaefer


P.S. - If you continue to have problems, it would be helpful if you sent
me what settings in the device section of your XF86Config you are using.
I don't need to see the whole thing, just primarily that part.

 
 
 

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(oh well, you can always hope right?) Could one of the network guru's
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I've included the /etc/log/asppp.log file:

login:got it
sendthem (myusername^M)
expect: (word:)
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sendthem (mypassword^M)
expect: (....)
 ^M^JPPP session from (207.21.104.141) to 207.21.142.109
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{Unrecognized protocol:   ff 83 c0 21 02 8a 80 92 01 04 85 5c 85 86 59
7b 44 92 07 02 08 ..... }
00:19:33 000035 ipdptp0 RECEIVE {Unescaped characters: 06 } PPP ASYNC 28
Octets {BAD FCS} NB (AP) {Unrecognized protocol:   ff 83 c0 21 01 02 80
94 02 86 80 80 80 80 85 86 8e 71 60 b8 07 ..... }
00:19:35 000036 ipdptp0 SEND PPP ASYNC 23 Octets LCP Config-Req  ID=0b
LEN=18 MRU=1500 MAG#=597b4412 ProtFCOMP AddrCCOMP
00:19:35 000037 ipdptp0 RECEIVE PPP ASYNC 26 Octets {BAD FCS} NB (AP)
{Unrecognized protocol:   ff 83 c0 21 02 0b 80 92 01 04 85 5c 85 86 59
7b 44 92 07 02 08 ..... }
00:19:36 000038 ipdptp0 RECEIVE PPP ASYNC 28 Octets {BAD FCS} NB (AP)
{Unrecognized protocol:   ff 83 c0 21 01 83 80 94 02 86 80 80 80 80 85
86 8e 71 60 b8 07 ..... }
 < this happens about ten times before it gives up>

00:20:02 process_ppp_msg: PPP_ERROR_IND Maximum number of configure
requests exceeded
00:20:03 000063 ipdptp0 PPP DIAG CLOSE

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