[oclug] how to configure X in FC3
patr44 at canada.com
Sun Feb 27 13:40:45 EST 2005
On Sun, 27 Feb 2005 03:21:07 +0000, "ed stuckems" wrote:
> >From: Vu Nguyen <vu at fivetiger.com>
> >The file that you need to edit is /etc/X11/xorg.conf.
good luck. One install of c3 had a binary file
(garbage)there insteada the usual text stuff.
I suffer from LOTS of power surges here, so....
re-installing/upgrading also got firefox outta the box
for me thou. (installed twice)
and I'm willing to bet his root is "nobody" (99/99)
not (00,00). ( all those screen savers etc, gone!)
so the xhost + localhost
and xscreensaver &
plus the usual glitches with standard and graphic
(which one of thosae screens didn't accept root as a
personally, i'm finding 100 megs of ramm being
reserved for the onboard controller (and only two modes
availble) a bit of a puzzler.
> Alternatively you can
> >run xf86config to reconfigure the settings. Be sure
> backup xorg.conf
> >file if you have some custom settings, as it will
> overwrite it. Although I
> >think it creates a backup before overwriting to a
> called xorg.conf~.
> >Hope this helps.
> This doesn't help. As said, or tried to say, the
> xf86config utilitiy isn't
> there anymore!!! I'm looking for the a similar
> utility to configure X and
> I can't find one. Is there one, or do I have to do
> this by manipulating the
> xorg.conf directly (I really don't want to have to
> understand the config
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