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RE: [K12OSN] Fatal Server Error: No Screens Found

Hi Dan,


Try checking out the following settings in your /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/LTS.CONF 




These will probably be the culprits.

What video card / chipset are you using?

What port is your mouse on, PS/2 or COMx?

I'm using the generic XF86_SVGA xserver and all my mice will be serial.

Fortunately bith of these options are saved in the LTS.CONF files in the 
commented out sections.

Hope this helps.

PS - I suspect you have different revsions of the same NIC. Usually you 
will see something like rev.A or rev.B printed on the card somewhere.

On Thursday, May 02, 2002 9:05 AM, Dan Bentson-Royal 
[SMTP:dbentson lcsd k12 wa us] wrote:
> Happy days!! I got my terminal to talk to my server!! FYI (for the
> searchable archive) my problem seemed to be matching the proper boot
> room with the NIC. In the end, I swapped a different NIC in there
> (though it was another of the same exact model) and this one worked. Go
> figure...
> But of course, the next problems arise. Things seem to be booting pretty
> well until all of sudden the last lines of the screen says:
> ------begin text----------
> (EE) No drivers available
> Fatal Server Error:
> No Screens Found
> --------end of text-------
> I did a little GOOGLE searching on this (just so you know I try not to
> hit this list with every little thing - though it may seem like it!).
> The responses from the Google search indicate maybe there's a problem
> detecting my video or monitor or something. Any ideas?
> There is some wording at the end of the screen that says I should look
> in the /var/logs/XFree86.0.log but one does not seem to exist. Rats.
> --
> Dan Bentson-Royal
> "It is better to know some of the questions than all of the answers."
>   --James Thurber
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