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Re: What is the file XF86_NONE??

Yes it is most definately a "hack".  You need to edit the file "/etc/X11/Xserver" to properly reflect the "real" xserver that you are using.  In your case the first line of that file should be "/usr/X11R6/XF86_SVGA".

I am reasonably sure that if you don't do this then any future upgrade to the X system that you might try to make will fail.


> Aha!  I managed to fix it myself after copying the 
> XF86_SVGA to XF86_NONE..
> A hack but it worked!! {8^ )
> Thanks anyway guys and gels 
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