[SOLVED]Almost there...

Harold Johnson harold.johnson at gmail.com
Wed Mar 8 04:48:29 UTC 2006

Hi Michael,

Thanks for this suggestion; just before I read this, however, I discovered
the following recent thread on the Ubuntu forums:


The poster described the string he input into BootX (which turned out to be
a slight variation of the string I had previously input).  Then I altered my
xorg.conf file to match the poster's, and rebooted.
Everything looks good now!  I'm so happy (especially since this didn't take
days/weeks to figure out, as has been the case in the past)...


On 3/7/06, Michael Moore <stuporglue at gmail.com> wrote:
> > a string which -- again -- works great for keeping my CLI Ubuntu in
> order,
> > but simply turns my GUI (Xubuntu) into a blank screen (after running the
> > command 'sudo startxfce4').
> Try to reconfigure the xserver by running this command:
> sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg
> It'll set up a new config file for xorg, and might fix your issues.
> It's worked many times for me, but I haven't done it on a mac in quite
> some time, and never one that old.
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