This has happened to me on a number of occasions - but in my case its a
netscape problem, not X. I've "caught" netscape going nuts once or twice - I
leave my computer with nothing significant other than netscape running and
return to find the disk thrashing like mad. If left to its own devices it
eventually brings X down after a few nonsensical netscape error message
windows appear. I don't have a solution though :( but it happens rarely enough
not to be a major problem for me.
Best of luck....
Gerard Gorman wrote:
>> I have rh6.0 & 6.1 on a couple of computers. What is have noticed is
> from time to time the X server crashes over night! I can't see any
> obvious reason for this. Has anyone else had this experience? Does
> anyone know it it might be a problem with enlightenment (I'd be shocked
> if it was an XF86 problem)? Thanks for any help.
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