[Asterisk-Users] frame buffering
tilghman at mail.jeffandtilghman.com
Sat Dec 27 16:30:21 MST 2003
On Saturday 27 December 2003 16:42, Steven Critchfield wrote:
> On Sat, 2003-12-27 at 16:28, Ing. Angel Gomez Garcia wrote:
> > James Sharp wrote:
> > >> Hi all.
> > >>
> > >> Could it be possible that video frame buffering be causing
> > >> problems even if the computer is not running X ?
> > >
> > >Yes. There are known problems with systems running with either a
> > > frame buffer console or a serial console. For best results, run
> > > a plain VGA console.
> > How do I verify that my console is running frame buffering ?
> > and mos important, How do I disable it ? What should I do to run a
> > plain VGA console ?
> Is there a penguin in the upper left when it boots, or some other
> graphic? If so your in a frame buffer. To disable requires
> recompiling the kernel and removing the option.
Actually, it's even easier than that to disable:
If you're using LILO:
1) Edit lilo.conf and remove any line that begins with vga=
2) run /sbin/lilo -v
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