On Wednesday November 11 2009 14:06:17 Ed Greshko wrote: > Dj YB wrote: > > well I have looked, and I still have no idea what I am reading... > > the log is attached if anyone wish to take a look it is not long. > > I really thank you and who ever will read this log and get a clue as to > > what is going on wrong. > > The very end of the log file shows: > > (II) AT Translated Set 2 keyboard: Close > (II) UnloadModule: "evdev" > (II) Macintosh mouse button emulation: Close > (II) UnloadModule: "evdev" > (II) HID 1241:1166: Close > (II) UnloadModule: "evdev" > (II) Power Button: Close > (II) UnloadModule: "evdev" > (II) Power Button: Close > > This in indicative of a normal logout. > > The one thing I should have pointed out is that the X server will > restart after every normal logout. So, you have to make sure that you > are looking at the Xorg.0.log.old immediately after the event. If you > actually did log out/in the file won't reveal anything useful. > > When I had my issue I would leave my system logged in overnight (it was > a home system, no screen saver or other keyboard security needed even > with 3 cats) with no applications running. In the AM the login screen > would be present and I would ssh into the system from another system to > make sure I got the "correct" X logs. > > I also used "last" to see how the last session on :0 was logged. > > So, just confirm the log file is the one immediately after the > incident...and check last. I think you should only see lines like > > egreshko pts/1 :0 Wed Nov 11 19:53 - 19:58 > (00:04) (Shows a normal log in and out) > > and > > egreshko pts/0 :0 Mon Nov 9 18:52 - down > (1+19:21) (Shutdown within a GUI log in session) > hello again the crash has occurred now while using Firefox / Konqueror / Gwenview / KMail something interesting else I notice now is that my kmail composer became slow again... anyway, I saw in the log some lines in the end that look like something not normal. Fatal server error: Caught signal 11. Server aborting any help is very appreciated thank you in advance YB.
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