[nSLUG] File written finaly
laudire2you at gosympatico.ca
Sat Mar 15 13:33:30 AST 2003
> From: Réjean Chamberland <laudire2you at gosympatico.ca>
> Date: Sat, 15 Mar 2003 11:47:50 -0500
> To: <nslug at nslug.ns.ca>
> Subject: [nSLUG] File written finaly
> Hi everyone!
> I reran XF86Config and at the end I got this message:
> The file has been written. Take a look at it before running 'startx'. Note that the XF86Config file must be in one of the directories searched by the server (e.g. /etc/X11) in order to be used. Within the server press ctrl, alt and '+' simultaneously to cycle video resolutions. Pressing ctrl, alt and backspace simultaneously immediately exits the server ( use if the monitor doesn't sync for a particular mode.
> When I do a cd /etc
> then a cd/X11 and I type 'ls' I can see the file XF86Config. How can I open it, because when I type it at the prompt I get
> bash: XF86Config: command not found
> Thanks in advance!
I managed to get into XF86Config using less and as far as I can tell everything looks fine, i.e. horizontal and vertical sweep frequencies, resolkution, etc. But clicking ctrl, alt and '+ ' doesn't change anything.
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