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Re: XFree86 and my GeForce 4



possibly going to the Nvidia Website and downloading their closed source driver (as well as the
HOWTO) might be also a solution...
Lionel
--- Bill Sawyer <bsawyer@aloneincrowds.org> wrote:
> At 05:06 PM 21/09/2002 -0400, you wrote:
> >Does anyone currently have XFree86 working with a GeForce 4?  I cannot get 
> >X to start properly on my machine.  I will need pretty detailed 
> >instructions on how to get it up and running becuase I am very new to 
> >Linux and therefore won't be able to follow a step like,"...then 
> >re-compile your kernel.  Once this easy process is done..."  I will be 
> >extremely greatful to anyone who can help me.
> 
> Run XFree86 --configure
> 
> -Bill
> 
> 
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