Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 841144
Upgrade scripting yum
Last modified: 2013-02-26 10:17:51 EST
Description of problem:
after every upgrade F13 to 14, 14 to 15, 15 to 16 I had to delete xorg.conf. Other there is no connection to screen0. Can it please be scripted?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Do upgrade via yum
Steps to Reproduce:
Additional info: Acer-One, Vesa,
Can you provide some more information please? what xorg.conf do you use, why do you need to delete it, what happens when you delete it, etc.
I will add xorg.conf. In Fedora 16 I do not need xorg.conf, it is running without. With the xorg.conf the server crashes. In Fedora F15 there exist attached xorg.conf. I do not know why I had to delete the xorg.conf. In the earlier destributions it was needed to delete the xorg.conf too, but it was creating a new one?
Created attachment 599974 [details]
the deactivated xorg.conf
By the way, all is written: "Other there is no connection to screen0". I don't have more information. If I don't delete xorg.conf xserver will crash, if I delete it xserver will run. What more question?
Created attachment 600500 [details]
I don't have the crashed log anymore
you really want to use the vesa driver? that's what your xorg.conf states but I can't tell why you'd want that.
Might be a vesa driver bug though, but for that I'd need the xorg.log from a crashed server.
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