Re: -- hi --

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Try XFree86 -configure, it will create a XF86Config file in your home
directory. To test this file use  XFree86 -xf86config the_file.

If you want more help give us your hardware, if you don't know it use
the lspci application or the 'cat /proc/pci'.


Le sam 14/12/2002 à 05:06, markus a écrit :
> I installed the gentoo Kernel last night. Linux is up and running, but when I used portage, installed XFree86, and sniffed my hardware....after running a test with the command 'XFree86' , my system gives me garbage pixels and crashes.
> I checked the xf86config file, the settings seem to be ok.
> Can someone help ?
> thx in advance
> markus


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