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Re: [vox-tech] Woody NVIDIA X Setup
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Re: [vox-tech] Woody NVIDIA X Setup

I have not been able too get either working. I have tried to use xf86config 
and xf86cfg. I have always had trouble with X and this was supposed too be a 
learning experience for me (and it has, but it is getting a bit frustrating). 
I have figured out that I had to change /etc/apt/sources.list over to woody 
to get updates and load packages. That really threw me for a loop, but no 
luck yet with X. I was thinking about getting my settings from SuSE and 
trying them, but have not yet.


On Monday 10 June 2002 08:20 pm, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> rusty --
> which are you having difficulty with:  normal 2D or accelerated 3D?
> pete
> begin Rusty Minden <clownsinc@attbi.com>
> > I have had Debian installed two times and have not yet been able too get
> > X working right. I found a mini how to but have not tried it out yet. At
> > http://games.luv.asn.au/lsd/nvidia-mini-howto.html Any help would be
> > appreciated. I have decided to move over to Debian after working with
> > SuSE up till 8.0 They took out YAST and now you have to use YAST2 and I
> > don't like it. If I have to change over I wanted too move to Debian :-)
> >
> > Rusty
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