From: stk (fstab at domain aon.at)
Date: Fri 11 May 2001 - 20:38:46 IST
I don't know RH, but if you have access to your Linux Partition from an other OS
(maybe over telnet or ssh, because they should be up at the login time) i would
search the part of the init script which loads the X login manager and delete it from
the init scrit.
If this works you should be able to logon with normal command line and fix your X
Original message from: Dermot Gorman
>Occasionally when i boot my redhat 7.1 system the X login screen appears
>all garbled and ctrl-alt-backspace doesn't work - only a hard reboot
>works. the card is a matrox millenium G100 AGP with server xfree86-svga.
>this setup has worked perfectly under mandrake 7.2. has anyone seen this
>problem or have a solution to it??
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