need some help on this jolicloud thing??PLease help !!!!


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need some help on this jolicloud thing??PLease help !!!!

i am not used to linux ubuntu...


i get the same error code while booting from jolicloud....

can you help, please???????

i can't directly installed it because everytime i tried it, installation panel freezes,
so i waited and it booted from live cd....

i tried to install jolicloud both from live cd and usb to
EPIA-ML6000EAG With a 667MHz cpu and 1GB maximum RAM

Processor 600 MHz VIA Eden-ESP fanless
Chipset VIA CLE266 northbridge
VIA VT8235 southbridge
VGA VIA UniChrome Pro Integrated Graphics with MPEG-2 Accelerator
Supported Resolution 1400 x 1050 maximum (CRT)
1024 x 768 maximum (LVDS/TTL)
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and i get this 4 error codes:

[ 1368.176110] uvesafb: mode switch failed (eax=0x4f02, err=1)
[ 1373.360114] uvesafb: mode switch failed (eax=0x4f02, err=1)
[ 1476.664107] uvesafb: mode switch failed (eax=0x4f02, err=1)
[ 1482.368119] uvesafb: mode switch failed (eax=0x4f02, err=1)

what is the meaning of these errors and hopefully
can i fix it ...??????
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ALT - F1 seems to tame me to terminal
but it gives the same error code every 25 sec.

is it because of integrated graphic card driver trying to get its way through resolution????

if it is so,
can i solve the problem just by installing its drivers....( and what codes do i need for it?)
or
can i solve it, if i use a graphic card other than onboard the one?

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i used xrandr command but it says "can't open display"

PLease help !!!!

thanks.

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isaexec(3C)						   Standard C Library Functions 					       isaexec(3C)

NAME
isaexec - invoke isa-specific executable SYNOPSIS
#include <unistd.h> int isaexec(const char *path, char *const argv[], char *const envp[]); DESCRIPTION
The isaexec() function takes the path specified as path and breaks it into directory and file name components. It enquires from the running system the list of supported instruction set architectures; see isalist(5). The function traverses the list for an executable file in named subdirectories of the original directory. When such a file is located, execve() is invoked with argv[] and envp[]. See exec(2). RETURN VALUES
If no file is located, isaexec() returns ENOENT. Other return values are the same as for execve(). EXAMPLES
Example 1: Example of isaexec() function. On a system whose isalist is sparcv7 sparc the program int main(int argc, char *argv[], char *envp[]) { return (isaexec("/bin/thing", argv, envp)); } will look first for an executable file named /bin/sparcv7/thing, then for an executable file named /bin/sparc/thing. It will invoke execve() on the first executable file it finds named thing. On that same system, a program called /u/bin/tofu can cause either /u/bin/sparcv7/tofu or /u/bin/sparc/tofu to be invoked using the follow- ing code: int main(int argc, char *argv[], char *envp[]) { return (isaexec(getexecname(), argv, envp)); } ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |MT-Level |Safe | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Interface Stability |Stable | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
exec(2), getexecname(3C), attributes(5), isalist(5) SunOS 5.10 20 Mar 1998 isaexec(3C)

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