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Re: still monitor problems



On Sun, Nov 24, 2002 at 04:19:25PM -0600, Liudmila Yafremava wrote:
> Hello!
> 
> I just installed Debian on my fairly good Pentium !!!, and just barely
> got my (very good indeed!) monitor to work (thanks to the people on the
> list). Now, I am having major problems configuring it, as the
> configuration utility that I run during installation never configures
> the mouse right. I have to do it manually later, and afterwards I cannot
> reconfigure the monitor. I want to be able to change resolution, but my
> changes in XF86Config-4 never take effect after reboot; ctrl-alt-+ does
> not invoke the list of resolutions, and when I run xf86config to change
> things manually, it throws resolution way down to give me screen-size 
> letters. I am using BlackBox on this machine. Do you think it is the
> problem with BalckBox, Debian installation/configuration, or I am doing
> anything wrong when configuring?
> 
> To add, I might say that when I try to set the fonts in XTerm, it never
> finds them. The fonts are there, I checked, in the appropriate directory.
> It just does not see them. Hmmm... 

What kind of mouse are you using? Are you using gpm?

Please post your /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 and /var/log/XFree86.0.log

-- 
Jerome

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