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Old 02-12-03, 12:16 PM   #8
cyngen
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Originally posted by bwkaz
If removing DRM doesn't work, maybe adding an alias to load the apm module will? I noticed a couple of places right before X started up, where the log file said "unknown module char-major-10-134", and the character device with major 10 and minor 134 is /dev/apm_bios, which is the apm.o module.

Perhaps adding an alias char-major-10-134 apm to modules.conf and running /sbin/depmod -a might help? I sort of doubt that, but it's a slim possibility.

Could you attach a log.txt from dmesg as well?
Thanks for the suport.
Actually I'm not using apm but insted I'm using ACPI w/ my laptop, and by that I don't have apm suport in kernel. Is there a way to remove that mesage?

here is the log you asked.
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