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Re: [vox-tech] Robin Snyder's problems configuring X4 on workstation
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Re: [vox-tech] Robin Snyder's problems configuring X4 on workstation



robin,

did any of this help?   what's the status of your X system?

pete



begin p <p> 
> begin Robin Snyder <resnyder@ucdavis.edu> 
> > Sorry Pete.  I'm getting help from multiple sources, which makes the story
> > hard to follow.  Here's the story as it stands right now.
> > 
> > I've tried two different methods to configure X4.  Each results in a
> > different set of problems.
> > 
> > 1.  XFree86 -configure.  This results in screen flicker and fonts that are
> > too small, not just in terminal windows but throughout the desktop.
> > Netscape also sometimes displays webpages as a mess of colored lines.  (I
> > may be able to see the site normally at first.  The mess sometimes occurs
> > when I try to enlarge the window, to better read the microscopic fonts.)
>  
> 
> try to cycle through video modes:
> 
> control alt +  (the number pad +)
> control alt -  (the number pad -)
> 
> see if that helps.

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