Re: Installing xserver
>> Once you get done with that, try using the utility called
>> 'dexconf'. In my brief experience with it, what it does is use the
>> vesa driver and somehow manages to get a basic X display up (no
>> acceleration and that stuff). Then you can try experimenting and
>> making new configurations with either "dpkg-reconfigure
>> xserver-xfree86" or "xf86config" or "xf86cfg".
> Thanks, I'll do that after I uninstalled the x server I've got,
> removed XF86Config and installed the proper x server.
if you want to try autodetection, install discover, mdetect and read-edid
and dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xfree86 after that. the result is usually
close to your perfect XF86Config-4