RE: Newbie apt-get question
O.K., I fixed my XFree86 problem and am now running 184.108.40.206. Now my
question is, how do I get it running in 1024x768 or 1280x1024? I am using
the FBDevice and the only options configure in my XF86Config-4 is "800x600"
and "640x480". Can I just add entries for "1024x768", etc to the
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From: Wilhelm *Rafial* Fitzpatrick [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 1:26 PM
To: deFreese, Barry
Subject: RE: Newbie apt-get question
At 1:09 PM -0700 7/30/02, deFreese, Barry wrote:
>Thanks for the tip. /etc/debian_version does say 3.0 but the kernel is
>2.2.19, is that correct? I thought they were using 2.4 now??
kernel version is independent of distribution version. You can run
Debian 3.0 on top of either a 2.2 or a 2.4 kernel. If your 2.2
kernel is supporting all your hardware, no need to mess with it.
>Also, the dpkg output says xfree86-common 4.1.0-16 but I don't get a
>xfree86.log.0 in /var/log and the xdm.log still shows 3.3.6. Any clue
Okay, try this: open a terminal window under X and run:
xdpyinfo | more
and look for the XFree86 version number.
Also, you might running gdm instead of xdm? Are you using the gnome
ps ax | grep xdm
ps ax | grep gdm
If you are running gdm, your logs are in /var/log/gdm
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