> Well, I got the base system plus most of the common packages
> installed. Went quite smooth. But - X does provide for a bumpy
> experience. Well, tI=ve gotten nowhere.
Yes. Of course, I had a tarball of my old /etc when I switched to Debian from
LinuxPPC, so I used my old XF86Config.
> First, I can find no X configuration tools. Secondly, I can=t find any
> existing XF86Config files, for manual configuration in lack of X conf.
I think there is one called XF86Setup? But I can't find it, so someone may
have to confirm/deny that... I've emailed you privately with a copy of mine as
Q for someone - why don't we have Xconfigurator (which might be
redhat-centric?) or something similar? It really helps... Maybe I'll alien it
out of LinuxPPC and put the deb up - if there is any interest.
> And I was also wondering if there were any accelerated servers for X,
> instead of the FrameBuffer ones - I tried them in LinuxPPC, and they
> ... stunk.
The fbdev one is accelerated - but you may need to tell the kernel what your
video card is to get the framebuffer to be accelerated. If you need help with
this, I (we) need to know more about your hardware setup.
> Cheers. I would appreciate if you replied to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Re: X
- From: Ethan Benson <email@example.com>
- Re: X
- From: Hartmut.Koptein@t-online.de (Hartmut Koptein)
- Re: X
- From: John Labovitz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- From: Petter "Sundlöf" <email@example.com>