Re: XF86Setup with ATI Rage Pro 128
> I'm having trouble using XF86Setup to configure my
> system - namely because the graphics card is not
> included in the card list. I'm using an older version
> of XF86Setup, I guess, but I was wondering if there
> was a relatively easy way of creating an XF86Config
> file without having to install the newer version of
> the setup program.
> James Polson
Use xf86config. It's an interactive, comand-line based configurator. Not
quite as flashy as XF86Setup, but works much better in more situations.