marryz;2134657 Wrote:
> Output was
> >

> >

> Driver "kbde
> Driver "synaptics"
> Driver "mouse"
> Option "VendorName" "ATI Proprietary Driver"
> Driver "fglrx"
> Driver "syntp"

> >

> So I suppose the answer is Yes.
> I don't exactly understand... I should reinstall ATI driver after
> each update or software installing?
> And won't system crash if I'll manually de-install driver in order to
> install new?

Yes, it could be your video driver. Here is the thread started by me
where I describe how to do it
It's not the only problem with the last kernel update, it's really very
In my case Xserver doesn't start also and I have
> 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller [0300]: Intel Corporation Mobile 4
> Series Chipset Integrated Graphics Controller [8086:2a42] (rev 07)

The error is:
> Fatal server error: No screens found

And since I'm on a very slow Broadband internet connection till the end
of the week (and not very stable at the same time) I'm unable to do
download and build a driver myself to make the system work.
SLED doesn't look like an Enterprise distribution. Too many problems,
too many bugs. It's the second problem with Xserver for the last several
months. After OpenOffice had been changed by LibreOffice in early spring
Base became unusable and still no fix by now. I had to install
OpenOffice to be able to do my work. I'm using SLED and waiting for the
time when I'm finally off my work for several days and simply wipe my
hard drive and install another distribution.

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