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Fwd: RE: FW: Partition Corrupted

Hi Yogi,

I found that the xf86config file gets installed when one extracts the suse
file by

tar -zxvf xsuseconfig.tgz

However when I try to run the utility, I get the message 'Segmentation
Fault'.  What does this mean ?

>Date: Sat, 25 Nov 2000 11:34:04 +0000
>To: Yogi Rajpal <yogi.rajpal@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>From: Arun Sinha <squad@xxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: RE: FW: [linux-delhi] Partition Corrupted
>Hi Yogi,
>I have the 'Xconfigurator' utility which I had used earlier.  The exe file
suggests using the 'xf86config' utility instead.  Is this available ?  I
tried the Xconfigurator utility today with the same results as earlier
[large lettering]
>At 05:33 PM 11/24/00 +0530, you wrote:
>>i am attaching the xfconfigurator rpm with this see if it is of any help.
>>about u r problem i am looking into it.... and if see something i`ll let u
>>Software Engineer
>>Dcm Technologies 
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Squad Research [mailto:squad@xxxxxxxxxx]
>>Sent: Friday, November 24, 2000 11:05 PM
>>To: Yogi Rajpal
>>Subject: RE: FW: [linux-delhi] Partition Corrupted
>>Hi Yogi,
>>Tried out your suggestion today.  Unfortunately the PCQuest Jun 2000 CD
>>containint RH 6.2, which I have, does not have the xf86config utility,
>>which was suggested in the exe file which you sent.  So I used the
>>XF86Setup utility which comes with the CD.
>>This time the result was the opposite of my earlier experience.  The
>>lettering is very small and also the display size is only about half to
>>2/3rd of the total display -- the reduction being in the horizontal
>>I tried copying your XF86Config file into /etc/X11 directory, but it was a
>>non starter.  The messages displayed include the following :
>>Config Error : /usr/X11R6/lib/XF86Config:39
>>Section "Files"
>>		^^
>>File section keyword expected
>>-X11TransSocketUnixConnect: Can't connect:errno=111
>>giving up.
>>xinit: Connection refused (errno 111): unable to connect
>>xinit: No such process(errno 3); ******[I dont remember this part]
>>Any analysis of the problem ?
>>Is it possible to mail me a copy of the xf86config rpm file.  I can try
>>this utility if I get it.
>>At 09:23 AM 11/24/00 +0530, you wrote:
>>>u r welcome....
>>>ya u`ll have to use them since RH 6.2 has no inbuilt support for sis6215
>>>cards. i faced the same problem a couple of months back and then installed
>>>these files and its working fine till date.
>>>Software Engineer
>>>Dcm Technologies 
>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>From: Squad Research [mailto:squad@xxxxxxxxxx]
>>>Sent: Thursday, November 23, 2000 11:24 PM
>>>To: Yogi Rajpal
>>>Subject: Re: FW: [linux-delhi] Partition Corrupted
>>>Hi Yogi,
>>>Thanks for the trouble you have taken.  I'll try it out tomorrow.  However.
>>>do I really need to use your attachments ?  I am asking this because
>>>earlier, the X window setup was working fine.
>>>At 04:10 PM 11/23/00 +0530, you wrote:
>>>> arun pls find aaatched the files for installing sis 6215 card on linux
>>>>run the exe file under windows and read the complete procedure all files
>>>>needed r attached with this mail....
>>>>Software Engineer
>>>>Dcm Technologies 
>>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>>From: Arun Sinha [mailto:squad@xxxxxxxxxx]
>>>>Sent: Thursday, November 23, 2000 8:59 PM
>>>>To: linux-delhi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>>>Subject: [linux-delhi] Partition Corrupted
>>>>Hi all,
>>>>Have been able to repartition and reload my linux system, RH 6.2.  The
>>>>problem is that his time around, the letter sizes appear too big.
>>>>Apparently I am in 320x200 mode.  What are the possible causes and the
>>>>possible remedies.  Using SVGA X-server.  Video card is SiS6215.
>>>>Hi all,
>>>>I have a 8GB HDD on which I have a 2GB partition with win 95 and is
>>>>connected to a LAN.  In the balance, I had linux loaded and it was
>>>>functioning fine with LILO.  
>>>>Yesterday, I did a stupid thing.  Opened make xconfig in one of the
>>>>and without closing it gave a shutdown command in another window.
>>>>Thereafter, I could not boot into linux again.  It would hang after
>>>>"Mounting root file system in read-write mode [OK]".  Tried booting with
>>>>the CD -- no go.  Finally decided to reinstall linux.  Didn't work.  After
>>>>the choice of 'custom install' and setting the partitions, when I press on
>>>>"Next", the system reboots.
>>>>Tried deleting all the partitions except the DOS partion after booting
>>>>the CD and went back to DOS to remove the extended partition with fdisk(of
>>>>DOS) -- couln't do it.  
>>>>Arun Sinha
>>>>Q-1, South City,
>>>>Gurgaon - 122-001
>>>>Tele : (0124)-6380060 (R); 
>>>>         (011)-614-9972 & 614-3021 Extn 21 (O)
Arun Sinha
Q-1, South City,
Gurgaon - 122-001
Tele : (0124)-6380060 (R); 
         (011)-614-9972 & 614-3021 Extn 21 (O)