alsimcoe at alsimcoe.com
Thu Sep 23 01:03:58 BST 2004
>> For this run the console command: sudo dpkg-reconfigure
>> You can just hit enter for the most questions. It will be used the
>> current configuration.
>> You will be asked about the screen resolution for your Xserver again.
>> You can choose it with a [*] in front of them. The highest resolution
>> is first tried so take the one for your LCD as the highest.
>> When you go on there will be the question for monitor frequencies.
>> Choose the right entries for your LCD.
>> I hope I could help.
> Hmmmmm I just ran the above config file.
> It asked for much more than you indicated above,
> I made certain changes including video driver info.
> I think it was incorrect and now it will not even boot into X.
> Gulp !!!!
>> Al Simcoe
I wish I renamed my original "XF86Config-4" to XF86Config-4.orig !!!!
Is there a copy of the original elsewhere?
Anyway, I re ran "sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xfree86" and still got
I do not think it is recognizing my video card. I could be wrong
HELP !! anyone ??
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