Re: Changing reolustion without X
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On Monday 07 April 2003 09:34, Ossama Khayaat wrote:I already mentioned that I tried it but it didn't work, as it only gets back to the command line doing nothing.
Well, I get no error message. The main problem is that when I try to run
the redhat-config.xfree86 it immediately trieds to run X. I don't want
it to do so. Like we used to do in Xconfigurator, there was a text based
interface and that's what I need.
I didn't try to change the /etc/X11/XF86Config and don't want to,
because I believe it's time we can have an easy way (at least for
newbies like I mentioned, my students).
So, there's no error message.
Also, I tried the options suggested earlier but couldn't just figure out
Hope this explains.
You have not told us if you have tried the --reconfigure option.
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