Re: Shaazaaam!!! Success at last!
> >That means that /etc/X11/XF86Config is missing (or maybe has
> >the wrong permissions). As root, try running "XF86Setup" or
> >"xf86config" which will build the file for you according to
> >your choices.
> Linux returns, command unknown.
> Do I need to go to the directory where it is located first? If so, where
> would I find it?
Try installing the xf86setup package, like so:
apt-get install xf86setup
This should install the XF86Config program.