Enviado em 31/10/2009 - 08:49h
Olha, achei a seguinte proposta de solução, mas não sei logar como root no modo terminal.. ;-)
It is very likely that your xorg.conf file doesn't contain the correct driver(s) for the chipset(s) in your system or that your chipset isn't supported by any of the drivers.
You can check for the detected devices in the log file (in most cases /var/log/Xorg.0.log) by looking for lines like:
(--) PCI:*(1:0:0) Neomagic Corporation NM2200 [MagicGraph 256AV] rev 32, Mem @ 0xfd000000/24, 0xfe800000/22, 0xfec00000/20
In this example the active video device (the one with the *) is a Neomagic NM2200 video chip. In order to get this chipset to work you'd have to use the neomagic driver.
If you are using a distribution you should rerun its configuration tool. If there is no such tool, or if it keeps configuring your Xserver wrong you may want to try xorgcfg, the graphical tool shipped with Xorg. You can also let the server generate a config file: as root just run X -configure.
Please note: If you appear to use the correct driver and you still keep getting this message it is very likely that your chipset isn't supported (yet). In this case you may try the vesa driver or - if this doesn't work - the vga driver. However both are entirely unaccellerated.
Help me, please!