Re: help me ....fatal error please answer
Osvaldo Marques Junior <osvaldo@...
2004-10-03 03:46:56 GMT
I did some google with your error message and I found 203 occurencies.
It's normally related to X server configuration. As thinstation does
auto configuration, something must be different for the software. Open
a console session and inspect the file /var/log/XFree86.0.log. In the
end of this file you will see a more detailed reason for the failure. To
get this done, you will have to:
- Press Ctrl/Alt/F2; you will see a prompt "Please press Enter to
activate this console"
- Do it (press enter); you will see "XXX login: ", where XXX is the
- enter "root<enter>"; you will see "Password: "
- enter the password you gave at "build.conf" or the default
you will see "XXX:/tmp/profile# "
- Now you have to enter "cat /var/log/XFree86.0.log" or "more
/var/log/XFree86.0.log". It's a big file. Mine has 1665 lines and
normally, at the end you have the reason of failure.
Forgive me this step by step above, but as I feel your urgency, I
decided to prevent a new email iteration before you get more data to
progress your trouble.
Have a nice sunday!
Yogesh Patil escreveu:
> I am using Thinstation 2.1beta6 with windows 2003 terminal
> with etherboot bootrom, now problem is that i have 4 computers with same
> confguration, which contains all the things same, it also contains intel
> 810e vga, and 3 computers boot successfully from thinstation, but when
> i try
> to but 4th computer i get the message
> "X10 : Fatal IO error 104 (Connection reset by peer) on X server "1.0"
> 0 requests (0 known processed) with 0 events remaining"
> so please help what is the problem, please reply me as soon as
> possible, it is experimental
> thanks in advance
> Yogesh Patil