Testing flight 3

Corey Burger corey.burger at gmail.com
Sat Jan 28 06:27:34 GMT 2006

On 1/27/06, Daniel Robitaille <robitaille at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Thanks for the tip, but this was hopeless. I don't understand how, but the
> > YellowDog and Mandrake distributions manage to configure X fine on my
> > machine, during the installation, without me having to answer _ANY_
> > questions. The only reason I am not using them is that I can't get my
> > wireless card working there.
> >
> > Using the suggested command below presented a sequence of questions that I
> > tried to answer as best I could. The result was no better than I had before.
> >
> if YellowDog and Mandrake does it  and Ubuntu doesn't, then there is
> possibly a bug somewhere in the way Ubuntu does things.  You should
> file a bug report, or look in Malone to see if there is already one in
> there like yours.
> I would guess  that  /var/log/Xorg.0.log  has some hints of what's
> going wrong.  but without seeing that log, or your xorg.conf file you
> get at installation, it's difficult to say.
> --
> Daniel Robitaille

X in dapper currently has an issue where it is asking you the
resolution of your monitor. This is a bug (and a fairly serious
regression) and should be reported as such.


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